I use my recently purchased V-Collection, primarily, on one main computer (Computer "A"), however from time-to-time I use another computer (Computer "B") from editing patches, etc. I purchased a Steinberg USB eLicenser and thought that I only need to use it when on "B" and that the soft-eLicense was still active on "B"; am I mistakened?
I did a "transfer" of my liscense to the USB dongle and when using "A" I get prompted to authorize my product. I thought that I read somewhere that you would not need to do this but ONLY need the USB for instances where I am using Computer B. Are my assumptions incorrect or did I follow the incorrect process when I "transferred" my license to the dongle. If I followed the incorrect process how do I "transfer" the license back to the original computer (Computer A), meaning take it off the USB dongle entirely (thus going back to the original state).
Is there a workaround that maintains the authorization of Computer A, while using the dongle only on Computer B?
NOTE: My USB ports are on the back of Computer A and it is a physical challenge to readily get access to this area due to wiring, etc. Thus if I must go back and forth, I'd rather just have the software authorized on Computer A. I have a bad back which is the only reason why I need to use the secondary computer in the first place.