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- 07/18/2012 at 12:25 pm #5229
The license model is different in 5.7 from what it used to be in 5.4. From registry based to SharePoint Central Admin
They have to go to the Central Admin-> General Application Settings–>Quest Web Parts->Manage Web Parts License.
Then we need an IIS reset just to be sure that the license is applied.
If they still have issues please let me know.
- 07/19/2012 at 11:49 am #4238
What steps need to be taken to apply license after upgrade to 5.7 from 5.4?
After upgrading from 5.4. to 5.7…
We are getting the following error on our stage farm for quest webparts. The license file is ongoing and has not expired. The same livcense is also used on production and works fine. Removed and added the license file but did not help.
I found the following information on the knowledgebase…but it is for version 5.0
Error message “Your evaluation period has expired” on any Quest webpart
When trying to add any Quest webpart on a 64 bit machine the following error is received :-Your evaluation period has expired. Please uninstall the software or contact Quest Software (http://www.quest.com) to obtain a valid license.
The license is not a trial or expired version.
1. Click Start | Run | type Regedit and press enter.2. Delete the CurrentVersion key at the location if any HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Quest Software.3. Try opening the page with the QWP and if it still gives the error then go to step 4.4. Delete CurrentVersion and SoftLicense at HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432node.5. Go to Start | Programs | Quest Software | Quest WebParts for SharePoint | License Manager6. Apply the license again and then the error goes away.
- 07/19/2012 at 11:49 am #6040
Thanks ! I'll check it out.
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