UFT Pro (LeanFT) licensing
Upon installation, LeanFT includes a limited-time demo license that is valid for 60 days. When this license expires, you must install a valid LeanFT license.
A machine-specific license based on a specific locking code per computer.
The key must be entered once only, and provides one installation per key.
A computer with multiple bootable partitions may generate a different locking code for each partition.
When obtaining a seat license key, you must use the locking code for the partition on which you want to use LeanFT.
A license taken from a license server on a per-session basis. You must have an active network connection to install and check out commuter licenses.
Each time LeanFT starts, it tries to connect to the License Server for an available license.
Each key provides unlimited installations. The license server regulates the number of licenses in use at any given time.
Concurrent licenses are consumed as long as the LeanFT runtime engine is active, and include the following additional types:
Use a commuter license when you plan to have no access to the License Server.
With a commuter license, you can use LeanFT without an active network connection.
When you are finished using a commuter license, return it to make it available for other users.
|Remote commuter licenses||
Request a remote commuter license if you are not able to connect to the License Server to check one out.
You must send the request to another user who does have access to the License Server, who in turn must send you the required key.
Concurrent licenses are released if the LeanFT runtime engine is idle beyond the defined timeout. The engine is active only when it interacts with your application via the Object Identification Center (OIC) or while running tests.
Both commuter and remote commuter licenses expire at 23:59 of the expiration day. If you do not check your commuter license in before it expires, LeanFT automatically revers to the previous license state.
To install your license, see: