The DriveWorks Activation code consists of six blocks of five alpha-numeric characters.
The first two blocks identify which product the activation code belongs and the type and quantity of activations.
The remaining four blocks are a unique identifier linked to the company who has purchased the software through the DriveWorks licensing server.
The first block of the code identifies the product. The first three characters identify the DriveWorks module which the code should be activated against.
|ADM||DriveWorks Pro Administrator|
|USR||DriveWorks Pro User|
|PLT||DriveWorks Pro Autopilot|
|ONL||DriveWorks Pro Live|
The next two characters identify the version number of the product.
The first two or three characters of the second block of the code identifies the license type.
There are four license types available:
See License Types to learn which types are available for each DriveWorks Pro module.
The last two or three characters of the second block of the code identifies the number of activations allowed for the code.
01 equals one activation
02 equals two activations etc. etc.
For DriveWorks Pro Live licenses the number represents multiples of 10 simultaneous users. For example a count of 05 will allow a maximum of 50 simultaneous users.
|Knowledge Base Article Ref:||KB13022602|