I have a clean-installed mac.
I install 1password, create a dummy new standalone vault.
Then I click License... and purchase a standalone license.
Now I need a second standalone license.
So I exit 1password completely.
I uninstall 1password (deleting the App from applications folder and emptying trash).
I "hide" the downloaded license file by zipping it and deleting the license file that was zipped (e.g. on my desktop).
rm -rf ~/Library/Group Containers/2BUA8C4S2C.com.agilebits this folder.
Then I reinstall 1password 7 from scratch...it makes me setup the vault again which is expected... but it is magically license and I can't figure out where it is getting the license from. But the fact it is licensed prevents me from purchasing additional standalone licenses.
No 1password account, no signin.
So I guess there is some other application data folder where 1password is storing a copy of the license? Or it is using some digital signature/fingerprint of my computer to retrieve the license from a server?
How do I prevent this from happening so I can purchase additional standalone licenses.
I'm not interested in explaining/arguing why I don't want to subscribe to a 1password account, so please save the sales pitch and just help me to understand what is happening here. i.e. the answer I am looking for is something along the lines of...
a) there is another folder(s) you need to delete: ______
b) the license is being pulled from our server based on digital fingerprint of your computer and you would need to clean install, or change your mac address... or contact support and we'll sell you the license manually.
1Password Version: 7
Extension Version: Not Provided
OS Version: Mojave
Sync Type: None