Thanks for the response Shane.
You will need a license for each live website. If your domain is the only website that is live, then just one license would work. What is running behind the login for your extranet? It is just a login to access an internal network?
The extranet is for prospective clients to log into when I run telephone demonstrations of my service. It explains the service in more detail than I want on the main website. It’s really just an extension of the main, public facing website, using a slightly different template (but only very slightly).
Just for reference. You only need MSM if you want to administrate several ExpressionEngine website, in that case each ExpressionEngine website would need it’s own license.
Also, each account is only allowed one freelancer license.
So from what you’re saying, it sounds like buying x2 freelancer licences is never an option in any circumstances, which makes sense.
The question is whether my extranet constitutes a unique website?
I would be more than happy to spend two minutes on the phone with someone at EE to show them my main website and extranet so I can find out which licences I need.
Or I can email through the details?