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2.4. Course License 6.x Prompts for Activation

Disponible en español: Licencias de Curso 6.x Activación Requerida
Disponível em português: Licenças de Curso 6.x Ativação Requerida

Applies to: Palisade release 6.0.0, course licenses installed on workstations, as opposed to client-server installation
(If you have a 5.x course license, see Course License 5.x Prompts for Activation.)

I installed the course license on my workstation, but when I try to run the application a Palisade License Manager screen pops up and says I have no available license. It's asking for an Activation ID, and I don't have one.

The Palisade License Manager screen may show a trial license, or it may show no license at all. The causes for these are similar: a missing or corrupted license file at install time.

Your school's Web site or install disk should give you a big installer file (something like DTools6ind or DTools6ind.exe, though names may vary) and a small license file called Palisade_Course.lic. During installation, the installer needs access to that license file to pick up your course license. Specifically, the Palisade_Course.lic file needs to be in the same folder as the actual installer, or the installer will not find it.

One cure is simply to repeat the install, but this time have the license file available to the installer.

Once you have the correct files on your desktop (or on CD), right-click the installer and select Run as Administrator. (If you have Windows XP, simply double-click the installer.) The installer will then pick up your course license, and when you run the software it will not prompt for activation.

Beginning with release 6.0.1, this error cannot occur because the installer will not run unless it has access to the necessary course license information.

Last edited: 2015-04-22

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