We would like to upgrade some machines in our business to the paid version of LanguageTool, while others which aren’t usually used for complex text / are predominantly used with unsupported software would stick to the free version.
It might happen however, that we want to temporarily upgrade one of the machines with the lesser licences for writing blog posts or such. To make this happen (I assume) one would first free a paid licence from some other machine.
It in such scenarios is expected that one forgets changing status back again, so that on at some point ends up using Premium features with more machines than licensed. LanguageTool will likely throw an alert and suggest buying another licence.
Does the tool come with a licence management, so that one can withdraw access to Premium features from any other machines remotely – to let the currently used machine run on the paid plan? Can anybody tell – or direct me to the respective section in the documentation?