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227.7202-1 to 227.7202-4 and notwithstanding the contrary or contrary contractual clauses contained in an agreement in which the agreement may be included, the customer may purchase from the government`s end user or, if the agreement is direct, the software and documentation only with the rights provided in the agreement. The use of software or documentation, or both, constitutes a government agreement that software and documentation are “commercial software” and “commercial software documentation” and represent the acceptance of the rights and restrictions of this document. If you purchase project-related services or consulting services directly from Cisco under an Advanced Service Work Statement (“SOW”) and do not have an effective agreement on Master Services Agreement, Advanced Services Agreement or other Master Services Agreement for SOW-based services with Cisco, such a SOW is subject to the terms and conditions of sale stipulated in the terms and conditions of validity of the SOW CONVENTION, which are included in the SOW and are part of it through this reference. Cisco has simplified our licensing documents. We no longer need an end-user licensing agreement (EULA) for local software and a universal cloud agreement (UCA) for cloud-hosted software. Our CLJ now contains the terms and conditions applicable to all Cisco software (locally and hosted in the cloud). Cisco`s updated end-user license agreement reduces duplication for our customers and simplifies sales for our channel. 7.3. Exclusions.
Cisco is not required to respond to IP claims based on: (a) compliance with the designs, specifications or requirements that you provide on your behalf or that a third party provides; (b) your modification of a Cisco technology or a change by third parties; (c) the scope or duration of use of Cisco technology, the revenue you generate or the services you offer; (d) the combination, operation or use of Cisco Technology with products, software or business processes that are not understood by Cisco; (e) your inability to modify or replace Cisco Technology in accordance with Cisco`s requirements; or (f) any Cisco technology provided free of charge, beta or evaluation obligation. Customer data. The client grants Cisco and its independent accountants the right to check the customer`s books, records and accounts during the customer`s normal opening hours, in order to verify compliance with this agreement. In the event that such a review reveals non-compliance with the agreement, the customer must pay Cisco the corresponding royalties without delay, plus the reasonable costs associated with the completion of the review. 2.3. Beta and test version. If Cisco grants you rights to use existing Cisco technology on a trial, evaluation, beta or other free basis (“software and evaluation services”), you can only use the software and evaluation services temporarily for the limited period of time by the license key or written by Cisco.