Manual Activation Details
If your computer is connected to the internet, Analytica normally activates your license automatically when you enter the activation key. If it can’t reach the Lumina activation server, you can use this page to activate Analytica manually.
You need to activate each single-user license for each end-user and computer on which the software will be run.
For centrally-managed licenses, including floating licenses, you need to activate the license 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.
Do I need to Activate Manually?
You need to activate manually using this page only if your computer is not connected to the internet, or if you encounter problems during the automatic activation process – e.g. if your corporate firewalls prevent your computer from communicating with Lumina activation server.
You need to activate the Analytica Free 101 edition.
Why is activation required?
The end-user information gathered enables Lumina to:
- Register you for free tech-support (at email@example.com) while your support is current.
- Set up access to the Analytica Wiki.
- Contact you when new product or patch releases become available.
- To curtail software piracy:
- The activation process customizes the license for your computer and account.
- It helps organizations ensure that staff are not installing unlicensed copies of software.
End-User License Agreement
The End-User License Agreement (EULA) is included with the software. Your use of Lumina software is legally bound by the terms of that agreement, regardless of whether you activate your license manually, automatically, or by any other means.
Installing on two computers?
The Analytica single-user license lets you install Analytica on up to two computers, say your desktop at work and a notebook or a computer at home, as long as the same end-user uses both. You need to activate your license separately on each computer.
If you transfer a single-user license to another end-user, to remain in legal compliance with licensing terms, and to transfer maintenance, support, and Analytica wiki access to the new user, you must:
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org to report the license transfer. Your message must identify the license code, and the names of the old and new end-user.
- Delete the old license from your computer (i.e., remove the *.lic file).
- Activate the new license (using automatic or manual activation) for the new user.
- There is no need to do the above when transferring a license if your organization uses a central license manager.