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Just yesterday I upgraded the CPU in my computer and as part of the process of validating a successful upgrade, I ran most of the apps that I use frequently. When I ran HomeManage, I got an activation request screen, as you do when you're running the application in trial mode. So I chose to activate now, put in my license code and got the response that my license code is already in use! I am the only one who uses the software (for years) and I don't know why the activation process won't recognize me. I'm not aware of any other changes on my machine, so I'm tempted to conclude that the CPU upgrade triggered this. I don't understand this approach. It's the same machine, same user, same operating system -- Windows 10 x64 1809 (10.0.17763.503) -- that I've been using with HomeManage 2018 since I upgraded to this version. Anyone else have this issue? Any help would be appreciated! HomeManage version is 22.214.171.124 David
explains licensing in AssetManage, including how to activate the program locally. Local activation is sometimes necessary if your machine is not hooked up to the internet, or perhaps you have firewall issues that prevent activation over the internet.The video also shows how to deactivate AssetManage in order to use the activation code on another computer.
=== QUESTION I would like to purchase the 1 user license but was wondering if there is a way that I can transfer the software to a different computer if the employee that would be using the software currently were to leave in the future or get a new computer? === ANSWER Sure that is not a problem. Just select TOOLS > LICENSING > DEACTIVATE LICENSE on the 1 computer and the activate it on the new computer using ACTIVATE LICENSE.