I have been trying for over 2 weeks to log into the self service license center to retrieve a license for an IP block that we purchased and have not been able to get logged in. I have contacted Intel directly twice and have been told to post to this forum rather than fixing the issue so here I am. When I use the links they provided it takes me to a log-in page and allows me to log in. I then end up on the page https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/homepage.html
On this page I click on the little person in the upper right (my intel) and select the self service license center. This takes me to a page that says I need to complete my registration. This page has my user name and company information displayed so I click the continue button. At this point a new page is displayed that says you are creating an account for me and I will receive an email when completed.
If I log out and repeat the process I do not get the account confirmation page, rather I a screen (attached image) that says account required.
In over 2 weeks I have not received an email and I cannot get into the license service to retrieve the license THAT WE PAID FOR! We have already lost over 2 weeks of time on this project and have missed an important deadline. Please correct this problem and/or give me the license that we paid for so we can continue this project.
I have attached 2 screen shots. Initial_Login.jpg is the page I get after I successfully log into the link that you provided to me.
LicensCenter.jpg is the screen I get when I attempt to get into the license center using the "my intel" menu.
I have a similar problem, I just cant access the Licensing centre.
I have tried "support" but got nowhere. Altera Customer service no longer exists and Intel don't want to know
The link is not my problem. If I use the link above I get redirected to a page that says that I need an account. I have been trying to get an account but Intel so far has not provided me with the needed authorization. This appears to be an Intel problem, too slow to generate the needed credentials for me. It has been over 2 weeks now.
Yes, you need an account for the SSLC. Just use the same Intel credentials. The move to this new SSLC was pretty recent so maybe that's part of the problem.
These links do not solve my problem. If I follow the https://licensing.intel.com/ link and log in using my existing Intel account, a screen briefly appears then I am redirected to a page that says "Account Required".
If I follow the second link to register, it denies me access because I already have an account registered with my email address.
If I follow the third link to the SSLC it tells me "Account Required". (See attached picture)
I have an Intel account and can log into it, but I cannot get into the SSLC. It appears there is something wrong in your data base that is not allowing my Intel credentials access into the SSLC.
Problem is still not solved.
No solution. Just chiming in. Also had issues the other day when I tried to login. Or the website saying I was not logged in when I actually was. Seemed very buggy. Worked a bit better in Edge. Managed to reach the center but it was quite cumbersome.
I just tried using Edge, same result as Chrome and Firefox. I can log into Intel but it says I need a login when I attempt to access the license server. This problem is NOT fixed and is causing work stoppage. Come on Intel, get your act together!