No, not necessarily. But whay if it is your own personal version
would you want to install it on a school PC?
If you did do this understand that during the install it reads back to the SW site
and records it to make sure it is not illegally being installed. Plus you would have to
use this command under the help pull down to transfer the license.
This works on the other versions. Assuming it works the same way on the student one as well.
I'm not sure how the student license works. For those of us using a single-seat license, we have the legal ability to install SWorks on our primary computer and 1 backup location (laptop, etc) as long as there is no usage of that license in both places at the same time. We only have to transfer the license if we install in a third location.