Register A Multiple User Software License
For an installation of GTXRaster CAD 2014 Series, performed as a
software licensed version, the license must be initiated by the person
who installed the program. GTX provides a multiple user (floating)
software license in the form of a file named GTXNET.LIC. GTX will
create the GTXNET.LIC file from information provided by the person
who installs the GTX program. Read the following detailed license
Note: For complete information about the GTXNET.LIC file, read the topic
The GTX Multiple User License File.
The GTX multiple user (floating) license must be registered to a
License Server System, which is permanently dedicated to a particular
computer. On the chosen License Server machine, explore the GTX
product CD to find CD:\Software License Activation\GtxRegistrationWizard.exe.
The registration process begins by running the Wizard. The following
instructive message will be displayed.
Pressing the Next button allows the GTX Registration Dialog to be
For this step to succeed, all fields of the GTX Registration
be completed. If a product serial number has not yet been provided
by GTX, the serial number field may contain entries of "0" or "NONE",
as instructed on the last line of the Registration Dialog.
Success in this entry of information will result in the following instructive
This message displays the name of the GTXREGISTRATIONINFO.TXT file, which
should be emailed to email@example.com.
Note: The GTXREGISTRATIONINFO.TXT is created and stored in the root
of the C:\ drive partition.
If all is well with this transaction, GTX will return, to the
an active, authorized, GTXNET.LIC file which is applied on the
License Server System computer as instructed by the
Configure the GTX License Server System instruction. GTX will
also return, to the email sender, a GTX.LIC file which must be
copied to the main GTXRaster CAD 2014 Series folder of each
GTX client installation. The GTX.LIC license file is used to identify
the License Server System computer, where the GTX vendor
service is running.