Chrome device management license & Rise Vision

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I am sorry for the possibly repeating question, but I am trying to understand how that thing works before we had gotten to deep into this. As recommended, we bought commercial device management license ($150) from google. As one of Rise Vision official reps, Justin was his name I believe, explained, it is one license per device. Now we have one license, but I was able to enroll 2 devices. They both work fine as 2 different Rise Vision players. Google control panel can see them both with unique ID numbers etc. What bothers me, I do not see any license number or anything attached to devices. Is it possible to enroll more than 1 Chromebox under the same license and what would be the down sides of that? Let's say if one went bad and I needed to wipe it clean, would I need to deprovision all of the players under that license? I believe I had to do just that yesterday after one of them went nuts. Would creating different organizations with identical setting for different players make sense?
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Darius,

While it's possible that other community members may have some ideas or suggestions about this, you may need to ask google support about that.  The only things I've found that could be helpful are:
https://support.google.com/chrome/a/answer/2717664?hl=en
https://support.google.com/chromeboxformeetings/answer/4446185?hl=en

Thanks,

Matthew
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As stupid as it is, but after talking to Google customer support we have learned that years ago there was Chromebook with management license on our account, now diprovisioned. As the result, after buying additional license, we actually had two licenses under our account, and that allowed us enrolling 2 devices... which confused us big time. Thank you Matthew, your links pointed me to the right direction. Consider it solved.