How to activate via import SN file
Description
If I have multiple licenses, it's possible to active all of them at once?
 
Solution

It's possible to create a single .txt file and fill out all licenses information on it then do the activation as below:
  • Online activate
Launch License Manager.

 
It will prompt License Management Tool window. Then please follow the steps below.
Step 1: Input licenses number as the following format and save as .txt file.
Step 2: Select import SN file.
Step 3: Click “Browser…”
Step 4: Select the “SN file.txt” file you saved in step 1.

 
Step 5: Then, click “Activate”.

 
It will prompt confirmation message, just click “Yes”.

 
Congratulation! Activate successfully.

 
 
  • Offline activate
Step 1: Select Offline activation
Step 2: Click “Export offline pack”

 
It will prompt two confirmation messages, just click “Yes”.



 
Please select directory for storing off line license files and click “Yes”.

 
It will prompt a confirmation message, just click “Yes”.

 
Then copy “OfflinePack” folder to another PC which connects to internet and open it, then please follow the steps below.
Step 1: Under OfflinePack folder.
Step 2: Execute OfflineTool.exe
Step 3: Choose Import SN file in prompt window.
Step 4: Input licenses number as the following format and save as .txt file.
Step 5: Click “Browser…”
Step 6: Select the “SN file.txt” file you saved in step 4
 

 
Then, click “Activate”.

 
Please select a filename to save as a new license file.

 
Define a filename and click “Save”.

 
Please copy the license file and import to your program which not connects to internet.

 
Click “Browse…”, select “offline_license.dll” in prompt window and click “Open”.


Then, click “Import”.

 
Click “Yes” in prompt window.

 
Congratulation! You import license file successfully.


 
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