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Activation on virtual PC

Aug 10, 2018 05:43 AM
by motsura
I am Japanese.
Since this question was created at the translation site, it may be hard to understand, but please take care.

I tried variously with "trial license" of "RadiAnt".
This application is superior to any other viewer, is not it? It's so fast that I can interact with other applications, so I immediately liked it.

Currently, I tried it with a trial license, but I have a question for this.

Although it works normally with normal PCs, if you are using a virtual PC with Hyper-V or Windows running on MacOS bootcamp, you can not activate the specification license.

After reinstalling "RadiAnt" after installation, "Hardware change wa detected. You need to eactivate the software." Appears on the activation screen.

If you click "Next" button as it is, it was displayed as "The software can not be activated on this system." And it was not possible to continue.

I have not changed the hardware configuration and it always occurs on virtual PC and bootcamp PC.
Is there any improvement method?

Aug 21, 2018 08:26 PM
by RadiAnt
Thank you for your kind words about our viewer!
As long as the hardware ID (CPU, memory, hard drive serial number, network MAC address) of your virtual PC does not change, the activation will work.
Also, it might be that you install RadiAnt as administrator and then run it as an unprivileged user. Try installing and running RadiAnt as administrator.
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