SharePointBoost prducts has 3 types of license:
SharePoint Server License - Each WFE (Web Front End Server) will require a Server License (For SharePoint 2007: all servers running the SP Web Application service will need to be licensed; for SharePoint 2010: all servers running the "Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Web Application" service will need to be licensed). SPB Server Licenses do NOT limit the number of end-users.
Site Collection License - A Site Collection License (with end-user number limit) can be applied to one site collection only, you would need to make sure the number of end-users is within the end-user number limit provided by your license.
Farm License - A Farm License can be used across all site collections within a SharePoint farm; however the maximum number of users within each site collection is limited by the end-user number limit provided by your license. For example, a 400-end user Farm License means that the number of users within a site collection should not exceed 400.
To find out the number of end-users you have in your site collection/farm, please check the license management page (this will appear after you install the trial version of the software on your SharePoint servers), or download and run the free End User Viewer Tool from the Eval & Downloads section.
Important - Please note that you will have to contact ComponentSource to receive a unique license key. This key uses information from your SharePoint environment, so is only available once you have run the program for the first time on your machine - Please note that there may be a delay before you can use this software.
How can I find my Server Code or Site Collection ID/Farm ID?
To find your Server Code or Site Collection ID/Farm ID, please check the license management page (this will appear after you install the trial version of our software on your SharePoint servers - for help finding this information, or download and install the free License Management Center from the Eval & Downloads section.