A license status indicating that you can export a license to a target computer. You can also use an active license to run a product.
A license status indicating that a license must be activated again by running the product. A broken license cannot be exported or used to run the product.
The code created by the Portable License utility to uniquely identify a computer. Run the Portable License utility to see the computer identification code. The code is displayed in the Portable License Utility window. (Called machineidentification code in earlier releases of this product.)
A list that stores the names and identification codes of computers where a license can be exported.
A name or alphanumeric combination that identifies a computer. You can type in any text that describes the computer and helps you to distinguish it from other computers in the computer list.
See computer list.
A license that grants a twenty-four hour grace period in which you can run the product on the source computer after the license has been moved to another computer.
The last day when a license can be used to run a product.
A license status indicating that a license was valid only until a certain date, which has now passed. An expired license cannot be exported or used to run the product.
To transfer a license from a source computer to a target computer.
A license status indicating that a license has been moved to another computer using the Portable License utility. An exported license can be exported again, but only to the same target computer where you originally exported it.
A license type indicating that an activation code has been received and entered for a license.
A 24-hour period during which a product can still run, even though its product license has been exported. The grace period is turned on if you attempt to run the product on the source computer after the license has been moved to another computer. The grace period may not be available if you have recently used an emergency license on the same computer.
To obtain a license from a computer that has exported the license and specified this computer as the target computer.
A file that allows an Autodesk product to run on a computer.
An indication of whether a license is valid for a limited time, and if so, whether the time can be extended.
A description of the availability of a license. License statuses include Active, Broken, Expired, and Exported.
The usage limitations for a given license. License types include Full and Trial.
See computer identification code.
See computer list.
A process that is required to re-activate a product license on a computer that has had a license transferred to another computer. A round trip is complete after a license has been transferred from the source computer onto the target computer, exported from that target computer, and then imported back on to the source computer.
The computer where a license is currently active.
The computer that will receive an active license.
See export and import.
A 16-character code generated by the computer that is exporting a license. After the first time a license is exported, it can be exported to the same computer by entering the transfer code. You enter this code in the Portable License utility on another computer to import the license.
When a license is exported the first time, the Portable License utility moves it into a Transfer File. The Portable License utility reads this file on another computer to import the license. Transfer files have the file extension .plu250.
A license type that indicates that a license is granted for a specified time, without needing an activation code. After the specified time expires, the trial license can no longer be used to run a product.