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Renew academic license

MShyu
Beginner
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I have been approved for an academic license a year ago and I did not notice that the licenses for the ModelSim software and OpenCL SDK have been expired on June 15th. Could someone let me know the instructions on how to renew my license?

Thanks!

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SyafieqS_Intel
Moderator
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Hi Mei,


You may refer to link below in section 4.3 of Licensing Intel FPGA Software Walkthrough

https://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/programmable/us/en/pdfs/literature/manual/quartus_install.pdf


Thanks,

Regards



MShyu
Beginner
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Hi, Syafieq:

Thanks for your response. However, when I am not asking for generating licenses that I have. Instead, I need to renew my license, which is currently expired. It expires on 06/30/2020.

I did not find anything related in section 4.3 as you mentioned. Please find attached the screenshot of my "Self Service Licensing Center". I have several licenses set up correctly. The problem is with ModelSim and OpenCL licenses, which have been expired and I want to know whether it is possible to renew/reactivate it.

Please let me know how I should proceed forward. Thanks!

SyafieqS_Intel
Moderator
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Hi Mei,


You find in the section 4.6. Other Licensing Actions --> 4.6.2. Renewing a License in the link. Also you can refer https://community.intel.com/t5/Intel-FPGA-University-Program/I-needed-to-renew-the-software-licenses...


Thanks,

Regards



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