A Floating User license allows you to run multiple instances of AQTime on multiple workstations in the network. The number of instances running concurrently is determined by the license key. With floating licensing, you can start AQTime only if the License Manager PC in your network has at least one license that is not currently in use.
If all licenses are currently in use, AQTime will fail to start and will display an error message notifying you about the problem. In this case, wait until another user finishes their AQTime session (and, therefore, releases the license), so that you can start AQTime on your machine.
Alternatively, consider upgrading your license to allow more concurrent users. For more information on upgrading licenses, see Upgrading Existing AQTime Pro Licenses.
You can also try resolving the problem by using the Licensing Troubleshooter on our web site: