If the application doesn't installs the license code itself; then the license code, obtained from the software vendor, can be installed using the lslic utility.
Installing a standalone license is simple. If you don’t want to use lslic, you can use a text editor to open the lservrc file; then, just type the license code into that file on its own line.
The license code can be installed using any of the following ways:
- Your software vendor should have placed the lslic.exe program in the same directory as your licensed application. To install the license code, at the operating system command prompt, type:
lslic -A license-code
where license-code is the string of characters given to you by your software vendor.
NOTE If you do not include the license code after the -A option, lslic asks you for it.
- If your software vendor has given you a license code file to install rather than a string of characters to type, at the operating system command prompt, type:
lslic -F filename
where filename is the name of the file given to you by your software vendor containing the license code.
lslic adds the license code to the license file. The license file must reside in the same directory as the application, and is named lservrc by default.