Find copy of old compiler (use .lic file?)

Find copy of old compiler (use .lic file?)

Hello,

I need to revive a Windows development environment that requires version 7.0 of Intel’s C++ compiler. I would appreciate your help in locating, renewing or purchasing an installation package for this version of the compiler.

We used to have this compiler and a licence, but it has apparently disappeared in a server crash many years ago. I understand I could download it with the serial number, but I don't have the serial number and I don't have access to the account in the Registration Center, because nobody in our organization remembers if we have even registered this product.

I found in a backup of an old development PC what looks like a licence file in Program Files\Common Files\Intel\Licences\w_cpp_xxxxxxxx.lic (numbers removed). Can I get the serial number from that?

Best regards,

Martin

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Hello Martin,

I will assist you in private messages and sent you the required Icc 7.0 to you.

Thank you.
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>>I will assist you in private messages and sent you the required Icc 7.0 to you.
>>
>>Thank you.
>>
>>QIAOMIN.Q
>>Intel Developer Support

Thank you and I've sucessfully downloaded it.

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Sergey Kostrov wrote:

>>I will assist you in private messages and sent you the required Icc 7.0 to you.
>>
>>Thank you.
>>
>>QIAOMIN.Q
>>Intel Developer Support

Thank you and I've sucessfully downloaded it.

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>>...If you are trying to emulate a bot that has no posting context...

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