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REV11 Licensing Required for DevPartner (Development) Licenses

By Cindy Limburg, Posted on October 15, 2019 at 11:37 am

Cindy Limburg

Synergex recently released REV11 licensing, a new revision to our licensing system on Windows and Unix. We’re excited to roll it out to you as it’s going to greatly simplify your management of Synergy product keys. REV11 licensing is included with Synergy/DE 11, and it also supports Synergy/DE 9.3 – 10.3 via the REV11 licensing upgrade package. I.e., you don’t have to upgrade to Synergy/DE 11 to use REV11 licensing. We also announced that REV11 licensing is required for Synergy/DE DevPartner (development) license renewals. So before your next DevPartner subscription renewal, download and install the licensing upgrade package on the license server(s) for your development systems. After your renewal, any new DevPartner licenses you add will use REV11 licensing.

After you install the REV11 licensing upgrade package, License Manager on your server will automatically send your licensee name and current registration string to the Synergy License Web Service, where the information will be used to locate the license for your system. Product keys are then generated, and License Manager will automatically download and install them.

Currently REV11 licensing is only required on your development systems. It is recommended but not required for deployment (production) systems. To learn more about REV11 licensing, view our REV11 licensing web page, our documentation, or watch the video below. If you have any questions or would like assistance with REV11 licensing, please contact Synergy/DE Developer Support at support@synergex.com, your account executive at synergy@synergex.com, or either team at (916) 635-7300.


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