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How to Create your License file

Article ID: 96
Last updated: 29 Mar, 2010
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Posted: 29 Mar, 2010
by: Gurrie A.
Updated: 29 Mar, 2010
by: Gurrie A.

Summary

When changing license counts or upgrading from Evaluation to Full, you are required to create a license file.


Instructions

After Purchase or Upgrade you will receive an email from our sales/admin team with license information.

The information you receive will look similar to this

NetSupport License Sheet for NSSP Key Version 10.5 
Serial Number : PIX11111 
Maximum Clients : 111 
Expiry (dd-mm-yy): 0 Never 
OS/2 Client : Enabled 
Licensee : Name of Company
Authorisation : 1xe1111111 
Demand Load? : N 
CD Install? : N 
Shrink Wrap? : N 
Maintenance : Yes 
Maintenance Start: 1 January 1980 
Maintenance End : 1 January 2080 

This license information is used to create your license file.

Example License file (C:\Program Files\NetSupport\NetSupport (School or Manager)\NSM.LIC)

1111
0x20c7a48c

; NetSupport License File.
; Generated on 10:10 - 14/07/2009

[[Enforce]]

[_License]
control_only=0
expiry=28/04/2010
inactive=0
licensee=EVAL
maxslaves=40
os2=1
product=20
serial_no=EVL1000
shrink_wrap=0
start=28/03/2010
transport=0

To do this please follow these steps:

  1. On a computer you wish to re-license navigate to the following directory/folder on your machine. (C:\Program Files\NetSupport\NetSupport (School or Manager)\).
  2. Locate and run PCILIC.EXE
  3. Enter your details and select Generate.

If the entered details are correct you will be prompted with the appropriate message.

This new generated NSM.LIC file located in your installation folder can be Deployed using the NetSupport Deployment tools or alternative to any existing NetSupport client/tutor/manager machines.

If you experience any issues please don't hesitate to contact us via support@pixel.com.au

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