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SlickEdit Product Discussion => SlickEdit® => Topic started by: eagle4 on December 15, 2016, 08:49:57 am

Title: Could I use the old license file when I change to the new laptop?
Post by: eagle4 on December 15, 2016, 08:49:57 am
Who knows that?
Title: Re: Could I use the old license file when I change to the new laptop?
Post by: eagle4 on December 15, 2016, 08:52:40 am
license properties are as following:

            <Property name="IssueDate" value="2016-03-30 23:27Z"/>
            <Property name="LicenseCount" value="1"/>
            <Property name="LicenseType" value="STD"/>
            <Property name="ProductID" value="VSVLX"/>
            <Property name="Serial" value="VLX930668"/>
            <Property name="Start" value="1980-01-01"/>
            <Property name="Vendor" value="SlickEditInc"/>
            <Property name="Version" value="20.00"/>
Title: Re: Could I use the old license file when I change to the new laptop?
Post by: Tim Kemp on December 15, 2016, 10:27:43 am
Yes you can use the same license file on a different computer. In fact you can set up a USB stick with Slickedit so you can run it without even installing it.
Title: Re: Could I use the old license file when I change to the new laptop?
Post by: Dan on December 15, 2016, 01:57:35 pm
Yes you can use the same license file on a different computer. In fact you can set up a USB stick with Slickedit so you can run it without even installing it.

++HP for the USB stick knowledge ;)
Title: Re: Could I use the old license file when I change to the new laptop?
Post by: SlickEdit Support on December 19, 2016, 02:04:59 pm
You sure can use your own personal license on another machine, as long as it is your license.

The SlickEdit End User Agreement specifically allows for that regarding your SlickEdit for Linux Named User license:

(i)  Named User License.  Software provided to You under this option may only be installed on any computer owned or controlled by You, but in no event shall the Software be (i) used by any person other than You and (ii) used on more than one computer at the same time.

Hope this information helps.

SlickEdit Support