Can we share a single user license ?

The license key is linked to your name.  You cannot use the license key with another pilot name.  Using a common license key, will corrupt mccCLOUD data synchronization (database backup and mobile phone sync).

Can we run the software twice on the same computer ?

Yes, you can !  Continue as follows :

  1. Run the software and make sure the application has synched with mccCLOUD ENT Users 

  2. Duplicate the files, as per instructions for  Windows PC  or  Mac OS  listed below
  3. Launch the second application :
  •  On the Tools - Start Over page, delete all records from the database
  •  On the Tools - Upgrade to PRO-ENT page, modify the User Name and replace (or remove) the License Key

About Step 2 :

 Windows 2000-XP 

  1. Copy the entire application folder from its default location C:\Program Files\MCC Pilotlog
  2. Paste (duplicate) the entire folder to any other location
  3. Create an additional desktop shortcut to mccPILOTLOG.exe in the new location

 Windows Vista-7-8-10

The application is stored in 2 parts :

  • The start-up (splash screen) and update controller is located in C:\Program Files\MCC Pilotlog.
  • The main application (with database) is located in C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Roaming\MCC Pilotlog

               (you can copy/paste this link straight into the windows explorer bar)

Continue as follows :

  1. Copy the entire main application folder
  2. Paste (duplicate) the entire folder to any other location
  3. Copy and paste (duplicate link) the desktop shortcut icon
  4. Right-mouse click the second desktop icon, and add the new path in the Target field, as follows (mind the quotation marks !)  : "C:\Program Files\MCC Pilotlog\mccPILOTLOG.exe" D:\my apps\MCC Pilotlog

 Mac OS 


  1. Open Finder
  2. Go to Applications
  3. Copy the entire folder mccPILOTLOG
  4. Paste the folder and rename :   e.g. mccPILOTLOG_mypartner
  5. Create a new desktop shortcut to the logbook application  (in Finder right-mouse click  -or click with 2 fingers-  and select 'Make Alias'.  Drag the new alias from the folder to your desktop)