This article provides steps to reset your license using the SolarWinds License Manager. This article applies to SolarWinds products running on Microsoft® Windows® with the .NET Framework.
This article does not apply to the following SolarWinds products, as these products have their own internal licensor:
All SolarWinds products running Microsoft Windows with the .NET Framework
Determine whether the system is:
If the system time is off by 24 hours in either direction from Greenwich Mean Time (© 2017 Greenwich Mean Time.com, available at www.greenwichmeantime.com, obtained on March 9, 2017), you cannot reset your license.
Your time zone setting does not affect or cause this issue.
See the PDF included with License Manager for information about supported Windows operating systems and additional information about using the tool.
LicenseManager.exeto start the License Manager.
The license should now be deactivated and unregistered.
Reset license from your Customer Portal.
You can create a license reset file that can be uploaded to your Customer Portal. After the file is uploaded, your license(s) display as unregistered in your Customer Portal and allow you to register the product.
See Deactivate and reset licenses in License Manager and in the SolarWinds Customer Portal for more information.
If your system is decommissioned, re-imaged, or unusable for any reason, collect and record the following information:
Submit a ticket with the above information to SolarWinds Customer Support and request a license.
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