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License to enable the design security feature for Intel Quartus Prime Lite Edition

AhmedMaashri
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Currently, I am using Quartus Prime Lite Edition Version 17.1. I need to buy the license in order to enable the design security feature for Intel Quartus Prime Lite Edition. What are the steps needed to do so? Thanks.

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AR_A_Intel
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Hello,

 

Welcome to INTEL forum. Based on my understanding, there is new feature for customer to request AES (design security feature) for Quartus Web/lite Edition in SSLC. 

Here’s the steps:

 

1.          Login to https://licensing.intel.com/

2.          Go to Sign up for Evaluation or Free licenses

3.          Select Intel® Quartus® II Software SW-QUARTUS-WE-FIX

4.          # of Seats is always 1 for Quartus Web Edition

5.          Check the T&C box

6.          Click Get License button

 

a.          Check the option product “Intel FPGA Software SII-NONVOLENCRYP”

b.          Add New Computer or Assign an Existing computer

 

7.          Add the required fields

8.          Click Generate License

You will be taken to the Licensing page, and you should be able to receive the email with license attached.

 

Hope this help!


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