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About licenses for GitHub Enterprise

Each GitHub Enterprise Server instance requires a license file to validate and unlock the application.

About license files for GitHub Enterprise

When you purchase or renew GitHub Enterprise, GitHub provides a license file for GitHub Enterprise Server インスタンス. A license file has an expiration date and controls the number of people who can use GitHub Enterprise Server インスタンス. After you download and install GitHub Enterprise Server, you must upload the license file to unlock the application for you to use.

For more information about downloading your license file, see "Downloading your license for GitHub Enterprise." For more information about uploading your license file, see "Uploading a new license to GitHub Enterprise Server."

If your license expires, you won't be able to access GitHub Enterprise Server via a web browser or Git. 必要な場合は、コマンドラインユーティリティを使用してすべてのデータをバックアップできます。 For more information, see "Configuring backups on your appliance."

ライセンスの更新についてご質問がある場合は、GitHubの営業チーム にお問い合わせください。

About synchronization of license usage for GitHub Enterprise

GitHub Enterprise offers two deployment options. In addition to GitHub Enterprise Server, you can use GitHub Enterprise Cloud to host development work for your enterprise on For more information, see "GitHub's products."

You can allocate the user count for your GitHub Enterprise license to members of both GitHub Enterprise Server インスタンス and an enterprise account on GitHub Enterprise Cloud. When you add a user to either environment, the user will consume one license. If a user has accounts in both environments, to consume only one license, the user's primary email address on GitHub Enterprise Server インスタンス must be the same as the user's verified email address on ライセンス数と使用状況を環境間で同期できます。 For more information, see "Syncing license usage between GitHub Enterprise Server and GitHub Enterprise Cloud."