One of the challenges with a floating license is determining just how many seats you need. With Intel® Software Development Products, knowing what constitutes checking out a license can help answer this question. Every unique user of a product will check out a license during usage of that product. The exact action that causes a check-out varies by product.
Invalid license file: How do I resend the license file to my email? Option 1: Obtain a license from the registration center (recommended option) Option 2: Request your license file through support
Evaluation versions of Intel® compilers, available from the Intel® Software Development Tools, are identical to paid compilers of the same version. Similarly, Intel compilers which are part of the Free Software Tools are identical to paid compilers of the same version.
If you recently purchased an Intel® Parallel Studio XE, extended your support for an older product or received a free upgrade for your existing product, you are likely to have a 2016 license. The 2016 license gives you access to the new 2016 products and updates. However, you may still choose to install an older version that better suits your needs. If this is the case you will not be able to install the product using the Serial Number option in the installer. Before attempting to install you will need to manually generate a license file, place it on your system and install the product using the license file.
If you have a named-user license and you intend to install Intel® Parallel Studio XE or another Intel® Software Development Product on a system that is not connected to the Internet, you will need to obtain a license file for the offline installation. Start by obtaining your serial number, which is provided in your Intel software tool registration email.
If you have a named-user license, when you install Intel® Parallel Studio XE 2016 on your system using the serial number provided in the registration email, a license file will be created and installed on your system. This is a unique license file and is locked to that system. As such, the license file from one system will not work on another system. If you installed the product on more than one system, each system will have its unique license file. If you need to obtain the license file for a specific system after installation you need to do the following:
What to do when you see the message “Maximum number of activations exceeded”: 'Named-user’ license provisions in the Intel software EULA (version March 2015) have changed to only allow an Intel® Software Development Product to be installed on a certain number of systems. If you see this error message during product activation (for example on a Windows* system) you have already reached the maximum number of installations per product and system. Please click 'OK' in the error window and 'Cancel' in the installer window to cancel installation. Please proceed as follows:
The following gives checksums and file sizes for files included in Intel® Parallel Studio XE 2016 Composer, Professional, and Cluster Editions. The checksums are created using the cksum utility which is based on the ISO/IEC 8802-3:1996 standard (Ethernet). For more information please see one of the following web sites: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cksum http://www.opengroup.org/onlinepubs/009695399/utilities/cksum.html If you have any questions about the issues discussed in this report, please post on the user forums, http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums or submit an issue to the Online Service Center.
If you have an older version of Intel® Parallel Studio XE and your subscription period for the current product is active and is eligible for the upgrade, you will be prompted to upgrade your product. You will receive a product update notification email with a download link. When you upgrade to the 2016 version you will receive a new serial number to be used at Installation. You can also upgrade your product by following the steps below.