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License Dongle Lookup

License Dongle Lookup

License Dongle Lookup

I have have several production and test systems and assorted backup equipment. I have a spare Parallel License key dongle which was acquired in the past and I do not know what it has licensed.  
Is there a way to look up licensing or find out what was purchased with this dongle?  
What would be my options?
On other units I have the configs which have the licensing already set but I do not know where the paperwork is.
I assume Avaya has documentation on this as well right?


RE: License Dongle Lookup

Contact your supplier? (Or who ever your brought it off?)

RE: License Dongle Lookup

Yes, as Bakeacake says contact your supplier and get a sign on for the following website.  You can search via sn.


RE: License Dongle Lookup

What if I bought it from some shady dude at the flea market bakeacake???

RE: License Dongle Lookup

then your s.o.o.l ;)

RE: License Dongle Lookup

I don't think it matters where it came from, I had a system that we bought from a client after an upgrade. It was installed by Avaya. The printout of the license keys was in the box with the dongles, missing the column that had the information. I sent the dongle SN to my distributor and they could send me the same spreadsheet.

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