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Recognizing new license

DavidWhite
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How do I get my latest license recognized by IVF?

I tried doing a repair of the existing install, but was not prompted for the license/activation.

Is there a simple way, or do I need to do a complete reinstall?

Thanks,

David

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andrew_4619
Honored Contributor I
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Have a look the intel software manager, you can do some stuff in there.

mecej4
Black Belt
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The system environment variable INTEL_LICENSE_FILE should evaluate to a valid directory, within which a valid license file should be available. If not, depending on how your installation was performed, you may need to log into the Intel Registration Center and download a new license file, which should be placed in that directory.

andrew_4619
Honored Contributor I
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mecej4 wrote:
The system environment variable INTEL_LICENSE_FILE should evaluate to a valid directory, within which a valid license file should be available. If not, depending on how your installation was performed, you may need to log into the Intel Registration Center and download a new license file, which should be placed in that directory.

 

Irrespective of that a new licence often needs to be activated (validated online) before it will work the first time. However they seem to keep changing things in this respect....

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