>the type of HL key
>the number of Products among which the Features are distributed
>the complexity of the license type defined in each Feature:
•Lowest complexity: Perpetual HL
•Medium complexity: Perpetual HL + SL, Expiration Date
•Highest Complexity: Execution Count,
For example, a Sentinel HL Max (Driverless configuration) key can contain:
This diagram illustrates that:
>As you increase the number of higher-complexity license types on the key, the maximum number of Features that the key can contain decreases.
>As you increase the number of Products on the key, the maximum number of Features that the key can contain decreases.
For information on the range of Features that each Sentinel HL key can contain, see the Sentinel HL Data Sheet.
NOTE In Sentinel HL (Driverless configuration) keys, Features are stored in dynamic memory space. This space is shared between application data (the space available to you for your applications) and Features. All space that is not utilized for Features can be used for application data. For more information, see Defining Protection Key Memory Data.