Additional Licensing Provisions (ALP)
Additional Licensing Provisions (ALPs) define distribution rights and restrictions specific to each individual Microsoft Embedded Licensed Product. The ALPs are found on the Runtime License Envelope.
Breaking the seal (BTS - Break The Seal Agreement) on the Runtime License Envelope signifies an acceptance by the Embedded OEM Customer to the terms and conditions of the ALPs. As such, ALPs should be read carefully before opening the Runtime License Envelope.
If the Embedded OEM customer does not agree with any of the rights or restrictions of the ALPs, the Embedded OEM Customer should promptly return the product to Silica, prior to opening the envelope.
Opened envelops can't be returned. See below pictures from the deliverables. The left images shows the attached ALPs (Additional Licensing provisions) distributed with the runtime licenses envelope. The right image shows the BTS (Break The Seal Agreement) and the identification label.
Visit the product section of each Microsoft Embedded product to find the product specific ALP.