I have confusion on Jabber client (windows ver) licensing.
I can see that in our Enterprise License Manager 9, Jabber UCSF clients are utilizing licenses. As per my understanding UCSF client is to use computer for calls only (as attached). I had thought that Jabber is free for everyone.
Can any body clear the doubt that UCSF do needs license & its not free ?
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