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Using full development system on customized test setup that normally uses run-time - How to do?

I have 8.2 Full Development System (2 copies as there are two of us  who write code).
 
I develop testing systems, each on an individual computer, each customized with a custom built (by me) interface to test and measure perfomance of motors produced on the production line.
 
In order to modify the program and test it, I have to replace the production set-up computer with my developmental computer, make the changes (and check that they work) and then make the run-time version for the production computer.  THEN switch computers.  Since I have nearly a dozen different setups, I cannot just make two production test sets of each (one for development and one for production).
 
Is there an easier way? 
 
Perhaps with HDD in a drawer?  But then I'd have driver and version issues.
 
Is it possible to run the full development system remotely (from the production setup)?
 
What about a site-license?
 
Thanks,
Tim K
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From the 8.2 Release Notes:

Single-Seat and Multi-Seat Licensing

LabVIEW supports both single-seat and multi-seat licenses. Single-seat

licensing is the use of LabVIEW on up to three computers but by only one

user. Multi-seat, or volume, licensing is the use of LabVIEW on several

computers or by several users. Each seat using LabVIEW must have a valid

license from a license server. Refer to the National Instruments Web site at

ni.com/license

for more information.

You are permitted to install LabVIEW on the the pc with the hardware, do the changes and debug, and re-build the app for production.

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