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Labview Community 2020 Edition Activation

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Hey, thanks for writing your solution!

 

After so many searches and attempts, disabling the TCP/IPv6 on my Wi-Fi adapter allowed the activation to go through.

 

Thanks again! 

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SergioR
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Wasted hours trying to get this activation to work. Finally found this thread. Unticked IPV6 in my network adapter config and activation worked straight away. Why are we being beta testers for something that should have been properly tested in the first place. I hope this is not a foretaste of what Labview is like in general

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@Gibsonmb wrote:

Wasted hours trying to get this activation to work. Finally found this thread. Unticked IPV6 in my network adapter config and activation worked straight away. Why are we being beta testers for something that should have been properly tested in the first place. I hope this is not a foretaste of what Labview is like in general


Especially when the whole selling point of this activation method was to make it easy to activate!

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Hi All, 

 

We've released a fix to our activation logic today. Machines running with IPv6 should no longer have issues during activation, and the workaround of disabling IPv6 should no longer be required. We apologize for the complications here and appreciate your patience!

 

Thanks,

Mackenzie

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Awesome!  🙂

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Thanks!!

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SergioR
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I needed to switch off IPv6 an turn on IPv4 and then I was able to connect.

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Turning off IPV6 worked for me on Labview Community Edition but it did not work for Labview NXG Community Edition so that is still not registered. Thus system is really rubbish. I've sent an email to registration@ni.com for help but of course received no response.

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did you run those 2 editions within the same email or NI account ?

if yes then you may have additional problems with the key server .

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Same email and downloaded through the NI account whilst logged on. I've sort of given up with NI. I'm reasonably techy and if it's this hard and unsupported by NI just to even register the product for some test use then I think I'll look elsewhere for a solution. They clearly don't want or need the business.

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