A site license is used when purchasing software for individual site uses, but with multiple users. It refers to the use of works purchased and protected by rights used by multiple users in one place. These users are allowed to access copy-protected works, but only in that particular location. Site license agreements sometimes include a number of restrictions on the number of copies of software created by end users. The simultaneous use of copyrighted digital information is made possible by the license of the website. This term is also known as software license. Adjustments, sub-quantities, limited and specialized license agreements are part of the agreements that go beyond individual individual licenses.