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QPR Product Activation is a system to make the installation and implementation of QPR products flexible and easy. QPR Product Activation consists of Product Activation Server and Product Activation Wizard (QPR.WLT.exe). QPR Product Activation Server records all activation transactions and provides reports of the aforementioned transactions, i.e. the QPR Product Activation Wizard takes care of the product activation process at the client side.

 

Term 'product activation' is used instead of 'licensing' when organizations install QPR Products. To make things more clear, term 'License' refers to Agreement between organization and QPR Software Plc. about which product(s), how many users and for what time period the organization may use the product legally. Term 'product activation' refers to process with supporting system that is used to activate installed QPR Product. It is organizations' responsibility to control that activated products adhere to the license agreement.

 

 

QPR Product Activation Server takes care of Organization's Activation Accounts and secured Internet connections. Licenses allow QPR products to be activated. Activation supports three different methods:

Automatic Product Activation via Web –Organization can activate the product automatically over the Internet and start using the software immediately.
Manual Product Activation via Web - Organization can activate the product using their default Browser and start using the software immediately. There is also a web site http://licensing.qpr.com that can be used to manually activate the product from any PC that is connected to Internet.
Manually via Phone/email – Organization can activate the product by calling or e-mailing to QPR Customer Care.

 

Manual product activation via Web differs from automatic product activation only so that default browser is used for communicating with the QPR Activation Server. QPR Product Activation Wizard generates a small HTML file that is opened with the default browser to POST activation information to server. User only has to copy the Activation Key manually from the browser window to the Wizard. QPR Product Activation Wizard has been revised to use standard HTTP port 80 with encrypted messages to communicate with the QPR Product Activation Server. QPR Product Activation Wizard also supports reactivating transient licenses silently.

 

QPR ProcessGuide Xpress Activation supports all abovementioned license types and a 45-day evaluation period, which can be activated once per workstation immediately after the software has been installed.

 

 

 

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