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John S,

 

  Thanks for the info. You have a great/safe holiday

 

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Shaun

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Jon S,

 

  I've download all neccessary drivers as you recommended and my application is working fine. But there is one problem that these drivers are good for only 30 days, so my time is running out, unless i purchase theses licences. What should i do now? Could you help me out again?  Could i Call you to work this out? My company has a maintenance license with NI.

 

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Shaun

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SC1,

 

Have you tried to activate the program from the NI License Manager?  Select Start»Programs»National Instruments»NI License Manager.  Find the application you want to activate in the Local License tree on the left of the window.  When you find the program you want to activate right-click the program and select Activate.  Select to automatically activate the product.  If this doesn't work go ahead and call in for support (1-866-275-6964) and an applications engineer should be able to get the program activated if you have purchased the license for it.

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Jon S.
National Instruments
LabVIEW NXG Product Owner
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Jon, S

 

 Thanks for your quick response. The PC i'm working on is a standalone PC, Engineering PC and there is no network connection. So my question is how can i activate this and let say i want to move this application to another pc, can i re-activate the licenses again? Greatly appriciated for your help.

 

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Shaun

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SC1,

 

You should be able to move this to another PC and activate it.  When you buy LabVIEW it comes with three licenses, so you could put it on three computers.  If you wanted to move to another computer you would have to deactivate it from one.   In NI License Manager right-click on the program and select deactivate.

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Jon S.
National Instruments
LabVIEW NXG Product Owner
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Jon, S

 

 How can obtains an ativate code from NI? What do I need to provide to NI to get this Activation Code. My IT department has all paper works/Original CDs, and they don't like people installing any things behide their back, and I absolutely don't wants to get them invlove with this. This is not a robust way to create and executable file or installer without all neccessary drivers.

 

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Shaun

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SC1,

 

To activate you should only need the serial number of the product you want to activate (found in NI License Manager), and the computer information (also in NI License Manager).  This is also assuming your company doesn't have a Volume License Agreement.

 

This is only to activate the full versions of software on computers.  You shouldn't need to activate anything on a new computer if you create an installer with an executable.

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Jon S.
National Instruments
LabVIEW NXG Product Owner
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I think there is some clarification required. When you build an exe, you do NOT need a LabVIEW license. If I remember correctly though, you do need to purchase an IMAQ license for each installation.
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Jon S,

 

  The serial number for the product came up blank. I've down load these drivers from NI's website.

 

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Shaun

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The serial number of any NI product comes with the license agreement when you purchase a product. You don't get a serial number just by downloading something.
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