All Quest & One Identity products are subject to all U.S. Export Control Regulations, including but not limited to the Executive Orders issued in 2022. Quest and One Identity products may not be exported or re-exported to
In addition to being subject to U.S. Export Control Regulations, Quest & One Identity products may be subject to additional export regulations should they be exported from other countries.
Due to the dynamic nature of local country laws, Quest and One Identity make the above statements available for informational purposes only; they may not reflect the most current legal developments, and Quest and One Identity do not represent, warrant or guarantee that the above statements are complete, accurate or up-to-date.
Many of the products are subject to U.S. export restrictions due to their use of encryption technology. Quest & One Identity use the section below to communicate export control information specific to its software products. This information may be required for shipping documentation, record keeping, or post-shipment reporting.
This information is subject to change without notice. The materials on this site are not intended to constitute legal advice or to be used as a substitute for specific legal advice from a licensed attorney. You should not act (or refrain from acting) based upon information in this site without obtaining professional advice regarding your particular facts and circumstances.
Below is a list of the ECCNs for the current releases of Quest products.
All Export Control Classification Numbers (ECCNs) and CCATS provided herein are subject to change without notice. Any use of such classifications, groups, or symbols by you is without recourse to Quest and is at your own risk. Quest is in no way responsible for any damages whether direct, consequential, incidental, or otherwise, suffered by you as a result of using or relying upon such classifications, groups, or symbols for any purpose whatsoever.
This page was last updated on January 11th, 2023.