Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server License Agreement

This end-user license agreement (“EULA”) regulates the use of Red Hat Directory Server (which uses the administration server and Red Hat Management Console) and red Hat Certificate Systems (which uses the corporate security client and proxy self-winding), as well as all associated updates of source code, appearance, structure and organization (a “program”) regardless of the mechanism. 2.2 Changes to licensing. Red Hat intends to change the terms of the license granted pursuant to this Section 2 into an open source license. If such a change is generally announced to the public, the user has the option to submit RHCS, Admin Server and Console by the terms of such an open source license. If the user does not make such a choice, the terms of this contract continue to apply to the user`s use of the RHCS, admin server and console. 1.3 Intellectual property rights. RHDS, ESC, AEP and each of their components, including source code, documentation, appearance, structure and organization, are owned by Red Hat and others and are protected by copyright and other laws. Ownership of HRSD, ESC, AEP and any components, or copies, modifications or merged parts remains subject to the corresponding license. The “Red Hat” brand and the “Shadowman” logo are registered trademarks of Red Hat in the United States and other countries. This CLA does not allow the user to market HRSD, ESC or AEP using Red Hat`s trademarks. The user must read the information found on www.redhat.com/about/corporate/trademark/ before distributing a copy of these programs, whether they have been changed or not.

The user may only make a commercial redistribution of HRSD, ESC or AEP if (a) a separate agreement with Red Hat authorizing such commercial redistribution is executed, or if another written authorization is granted by Red Hat, or (b) the user changes all files marked “REDHAT-LOGOS” to remove and replace all images that contain the “Red Hat” or “Shadowman” logo. Simply deleting these files can damage programs. 7. Generalities. If a provision of this agreement is found to be unenforceable, it does not affect the applicability of the other provisions. This agreement is governed by the laws of the State of New York and the United States, regardless of the rules of conflict of laws. The rights and obligations of the parties to this ECJ are not governed by the UN Convention on the International Sale of Goods. 6. Third-party programs.

Red Hat can distribute third-party software with programs that are not part of the programs. These third-party programs are not necessary to run the programs, are made available to the user as convenience and subject to their own licensing conditions. Licensing terms accompany third-party software or can be accessed on www.redhat.com/licenses/thirdparty/eula.html. If the user does not agree to comply with the licensing conditions applicable to third-party software, the user cannot install them. If the user wants to install third-party software on more than one system or transfer third-party software to another party, the user must contact the licensee of the corresponding third-party software. 2.1 License grant. Subject to the provisions of this section 2.1, Red Hat grants the user a non-exclusive, non-negotiable, global, fully remunerated (without the right to sublicensing) for the use, reproduction and dissemination of the Red Hat Certificate (“RHCS”), Administration Server (“Admin Server”) and Red Hat Console (“Console”) in an executable and machine-readable form.