Posted by my dealer:
Autodesk Clarifies Licensing with New Products
We have had many questions about the clarification of the license agreement for current Autodesk products. Autodesk has added an additional installation policy and as an end user / company to whom the license is registered, you should know how policy clarification affects you. The change specifically affects the additional installation provision of the license agreement with regard to installing the software on a PC at home. Here is the change:
“Autodesk would like to take this opportunity to clarify its policy with regard to the “Additional Installation” provision in the Autodesk Software License Agreement. This provision is intended to allow an additional installation of the software on computers that are owned or controlled by the licenses,for use by employees while away from the usual work location. Employers often provide a laptop computer for employee usage while traveling for work after hours at home, and so long as the single license is not used concurrently by a different user, Autodesk supports this requirement by licensees. Please be advised, however, that the Software License Agreement does not permit an employee of our licensee to install the Product on the home computer owned by such employee. Our licensee is responsible for compliance with the Software license Agreement, and there can be no reasonable expectation that the licensee can monitor such usage on an employee’s home computer. Autodesk appreciates your help in ensuring compliance wit the Software License Agreement. “
Note that only company owned computers may now have the software installed and still be in compliance with the license agreement.
In short: The software can not be legally installed on your personal PC unless you own that copy of AutoCAD.