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One year time limited license (QII)

Altera_Forum
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who knows here how to get the 1-yr QII license with purchasing of dev. kit? 

Followed the instruction sheet, could not proceed with the request form without the G#. 

 

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Altera_Forum
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I haven't use a dev kit in a couple years, but from what I remember you have to use the other licensing approach. You can get a license tied to a computer instead of a T-Guard. It locks it to the NIC ID. Perhpas if you went back through the web licensing with that in mind, also I've found the licensing poeple at 800 767-3753 to be pretty on top of things.

Altera_Forum
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Go to 

http://www.altera.com/support/licensing/lic-choose.html 

 

Select the link that corresponds to your kit type (ROHS, Legacy, etc.). You will need the serial number for your kit plus your computer's NIC number. 

 

If you don't have the kit serial number then your local FAE should be able to work with Altera licensing to get you set up. Tell him/her the type of kit you purchased and what company name it was purchased under.
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