Currently, when borrowing a license from Creo (3, 2 or 1), you can ONLY run a lower version of Creo with the borrowed license. I currently have a customer that is still on std Wildfire 5.0 (correct, not creo elements 5, but std 5). As a business owner of a contract engineering company and user of this software, we should be able to run ANY version of Creo or Wildfire below the license borrowed.
For example, if I borrow a Creo3 license, I should and can run all the lower Creo versions, BUT I should also be able to run any of the Wildfire versions.
This is currently not the case, and in order to do so, I must WAIT for the license to expire before I can even borrow the license under Wildfire 5.
This brings to the second point, why can't we return a borrowed license??? Why must we wait for it to expire???
We should be able to return a borrowed license at any time we desire!!!
These 2 items should be corrected for the sake of the users!!!