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Reclaiming license files from departed user for our domain

The person who managed our license files is no longer working here. All reset messages appear to go to the email address used by that person, which is no longer active.

How can we reclaim the licenses (for which we have the 2014 and 2015 era license files) and get control back for our license and registration account? How do we go about (re-)establishing an Intel Premier Support account for our organization?

Unable to take ownership of license from legacy account

 

Hi,

I discovered a license was missing from our registration center account (probably incorrectly registered to a legacy, forgotten account within our domain).  I entered the SN and clicked register which successfully added the SN to my Products list, however, I'm unable to do anything with it as it states "only the administrator may perform this operation"?

MLK with support for OS X 10.10.5

I am using an older version of OS X (i.e. 10.10.5, Yosemite) and was wondering if there was a way to download a compatible version of MKL? It appears there were previous versions that did support it, but the new download I am prompted to does not allow me to choose which version of MKL I can download. I am a student learning MKL for my class and as far as I'm aware previous versions of MKL are only available with a paid license which I currently do not have.

Fortran 2016 floating license

I'm trying to upgrade to Fortran 2016, but fail with the message that I have a "license file provided is invalid" error.  The license server daemon read the new license file without logging an error, and a TFS auto-build (on the same box) works with the new license file and Fortran 2013.  I upgraded to 2015.3 from 2013 just yesterday on my client box without a problem.  The company license is good for Fortran 2016, although we have had it for a while without any successful effort to upgrade.  Has anyone fought this battle successfully?

LICENSE PROBLEMS

Hello, I installed a student version of the intel fortran compiler, but I have the following messages

 

 

MacBook-Pro-de-Cesar:~ cesaroswaldovasquezflores$ ifort oscrust_t2.f90

 

Error: A license for Comp-FM is not available (-76,61026,2).

 

License file(s) used were (in this order):

    1.  Trusted Storage

**  2.  /opt/intel//compilers_and_libraries_2017.1.126/mac/bin/intel64/../../Licenses

**  3.  /Users/cesaroswaldovasquezflores/Licenses

**  4.  /opt/intel/licenses

problem while downloading parallel studio xe 2017 update1

I tried several times to download the Parallel Studio XE 2017 Updat1 (longname.tgz). But when I unpack the file, it always says that the file is corrupted. I confirmed that the files downloaded in two different times were exactly the same, so this problem does not related to internet problem.  Does any one meets the same problem? Or, the original tgz file is not correct? Can anyone provide the Hash value of the correct copy?

Activation rights do not allow this software to be installed.

Hello,

I recently applied for a new student licence for Intel Parallel Studio XE Cluster Edition for Windows. I received the email with the serial number, but when I enter it to install the software, I receive the following error message: Activation rights do not allow this software to be installed. This could be due to expired subscription or incompatible serial number.

Can you provide assistance on this matter?

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