Sentinel Software and Services Solutions Guide
This guide is designed to help software vendors understand the Sentinel software and services solutions.
The solutions combine Sentinel EMS (Sentinel Entitlement Management System) and its supported enforcement technologies such as:
>Sentinel RMS (Sentinel Rights Management System)
>Sentinel LDK (Sentinel License Development Kit)
>Third-party licensing systems
This guide is recommended as the first-reference for product managers, sales and marketing team, and programmers who want to obtain a complete overview of Thales software and services solutions. Use this guide to get an introduction of the basic concepts and components that you will deal with while preparing and implementing your software monetization strategy.
This document uses standard conventions to describe the user interface and to alert you to important information.
Notes are used to alert you to important or helpful information. They use the following format:
NOTE Take note. Contains important or helpful information.
Cautions are used to alert you to important information that may help prevent unexpected results or data loss. They use the following format:
CAUTION! Exercise caution. Contains important information that may help prevent unexpected results or data loss.
Warnings are used to alert you to the potential for catastrophic data loss or personal injury. They use the following format:
**WARNING** Be extremely careful and obey all safety and security measures. In this situation you might do something that could result in catastrophic data loss or personal injury.
Command Syntax and Typeface Conventions
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|Italic lettering||Denotes file names and directory names. Else, used for emphasis.|