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Tom Waterman
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I have uor license on a USB drive attached to the PBXnSIP server. Yet my product still says it is unlicensed. Am I doing something wrong?

 

Two ways to operate.

1. A license key assigned to the MAC address of the Server and the license key that you purchase gets COPIED and PASTED into the LICENSE key windows......

 

2. A license key assigned to a Purchased USB DONGLE (not a standard memory stick) this is then in a USB Slot.

 

Review http://wiki.pbxnsip.com/index.php/Installa...and_Quick_Start

 

Which method are you attempting to use?

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Two ways to operate.

1. A license key assigned to the MAC address of the Server and the license key that you purchase gets COPIED and PASTED into the LICENSE key windows......

 

2. A license key assigned to a Purchased USB DONGLE (not a standard memory stick) this is then in a USB Slot.

 

Review http://wiki.pbxnsip.com/index.php/Installa...and_Quick_Start

 

Which method are you attempting to use?

 

I have the blue usb dongle that Kevin sent to me.

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I have the blue usb dongle that Kevin sent to me.

 

Good Answer - Did you get an electronic version of the related key? This needs to be copied into the license window.

 

If this is a windows server, you sould verify the USB PNP subsystem is working by verifying a MEM stick WORKS.

 

I think the dongle shows up in the hardware manager too...can check later to get a screen capture.

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Good Answer - Did you get an electronic version of the related key? This needs to be copied into the license window.

 

If this is a windows server, you sould verify the USB PNP subsystem is working by verifying a MEM stick WORKS.

 

I think the dongle shows up in the hardware manager too...can check later to get a screen capture.

I do not have an electronic version of the file to place in the lic window. I thought the USB dongle made it so you did not need that. I didn't think you needed both. I'll email Kevin right now.

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You need both the Dongle and the associated license key for the features - extensioned purchased. The dongle is the LOCK and the License key references the dongle for a match. This negates the need to lock the machine to a MAC address of a NIC card. The dongles are extremely durable and you can have a hot spare server setting there if needed.

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