If your computer is connected to the internet, Analytica activates your license automatically when you enter the activation key. If your firewall or proxy server prevent this and Analytica can’t reach the Lumina activation server, you can activate your license manually using this form.
Regardless of your release, you must use the form below first. However, to manually activate a release prior to 4.6, you will need to follow the installation instructions located here.
Single-user licenses can be run on all personal computers, e.g., a desktop at work and a laptop, but need to be activated for each installation.
For centrally-managed licenses, including floating licenses, you need to activate your license only once for the server computer which runs the Reprise License Manager (RLM).
1. Get an Activation Key
2. Find Host & User ID – Analytica
- Launch Analytica. If you haven’t already, run the Analytica installer. Leave the Activation Key blank, or select the Free 101 option.
- From the top right Help menu, select Update License… dialog:
- Your Host ID and User ID can be found at the bottom of the Licensing dialog.
2. Find Host ID – ADE
- If you haven’t already, run the Ade installer. You can leave the activation key field blank.
- Launch Ade64.exe (or ADE) as an administrator – this will open the configure license dialog
- Your Host ID can be found at the bottom right. The number of characters varies.
2. Find Host ID – rlm
- Centrally managed licenses:
If your are activating a centrally managed license (usually a floating license), you need to enter the host ID for the computer running the RLM server. To find this, from the RLM server administration panel (usually at http://localhost:5054), press the System Info button.
Host IDs are listed. Usually many are listed, pick one. If a Disk Serial Number is listed, use it, and when entering above, please note that the “disksn=” prefix IS part of the host ID, so you need to include that prefix when entering. If no Disk Serial Number shows, an Ethernet host id should be used.