I suggest you ...

Rename the Incredibuild option to be clearly a trial

Incredibuild is really a trial, not an install. You have to get a license from them, which is a 30 day trial of their full software. After 30 days, it reverts to a license which you can still use on your local computer. However, if you lose this license - you get a new computer, studio updates, or something goes wacko - you can only get the 30 day trial license, you can't just get the one it deteriorates to. The file they send you expires after 30 days, so you can't get back to the limited version. Then they limit how many of the trial licenses your organization can get - understandably so. I just want to use the limited version, but I can't get it easily.
Their marketing driven policies **** off people and make Microsoft look bad. Hopefully you are getting enough money from them to make up for it.

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