Manual Activation

Analytica normally activates your license automatically when you enter the activation key, if your computer is connected to the Internet. Occasionally, a firewall or proxy server will get in the way.  If Analytica can't reach the Lumina activation server, you can activate it manually, using this form.  See below for how to get the information you need.

You need to activate each single-user license for each computer on which you want to run Analytica. (The same person can run a single-user license on more than one computer -- e.g. a desktop at work and a laptop.)

For centrally-managed licenses, including floating licenses, you need to activate it only on the server computer which runs the Reprise License Manager (RLM). Please note that a physical (non-virtual) server is required to host the RLM server; if you install an RLM server on a virtual machine you will not be able to activate any licenses.

Product* Analytica
License type* Individual license
Centrally managed license (on RLM server)
End User*
First Last (e.g., John Doe)
Activation Key* Please read #1 below.
Host ID* Please read #2 below.
User ID* Please read #2 below.
I also will need to have a Wiki account set up.
* means that the field is required.

1. Get an Activation Key

Lumina sends an activation key when you purchase the software. If someone else purchased Analytica for you, please ask them to send you the activation key, if they didn't yet do so.

2. Find Host & User ID

  • Launch Analytica.  If you didn't already, first run the Analytica installer.  You can leave the Activation Key blank, or select the Free Player option.
  • From the  Help menu at top right of Analytica window, select Update License... dialog, which will look like this:

  • See your Host ID and User ID ringed in red at the bottom of the Licensing dialog.