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Network licenses from standalone

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10-03-2012 07:41 AM

For many years we have used standalone licenses, but now find ourselves requiring to go the network license server way. Our subscription licenses for 2013 version so far remain unused and I would like to put these on to the license server.


However when I go to the subscription site to request a license file as defined in the documentation it does not give me that option. How do I get these license into a lic file?

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Re: Network licenses from standalone

10-03-2012 08:32 AM in reply to: groveste

You will need to go back to your reseller as there is an additional cost to go from SLM to NLM licensing you cannot use the serial numbers for SLM product to get an NLM license.

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Re: Network licenses from standalone

10-03-2012 08:53 AM in reply to: Dazzman

converting from standalone to network is not free

you have to go to your reseller for pricing info

its different for every product or suite

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