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Requesting license file to Intel® Parallel Studio XE Composer

I have ordered a new version of Intel® Parallel Studio XE Composer Edition for Fortran Windows. The Serial Number is: V4TF-xxxxxxxx is active until 03 Jun 2016. When I download the newest Intel® Parallel Studio XE Composer Edition for Fortran Windows* I got the error message “Activation rights do not allow this software to be installed. This should be due to experied subscription or incompatible serial number”. I will presiate to receive a licence file from intel to put on: C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Intel\Licenses.

Serial number is already registered problem.

I own a copy of Intel Fortran compiler.  I had a disastrous hard drive crash and lost my original installation.  But when I go to the registration site and log in, it tells me I don't have any registered products.  When I enter the serial number of my product, it tells me the serial number is already registered, and doesn't give me an option to download my product.  

What is going on?  Why can't I access my (expensively bought) product?

'unable to find registrations/downloads matching this request'


I have a supermicro E100 and have been following the DK 100 development kit guide. I am unable to download the listed 'Intel® IoT Gateway Software Entitlement PK100' file from the registration centre, instead recieving the message 'We are unalble to find registrations/downloads matching this request'. Is there any other way to download the PK100 or DK100 software that contain windriver?


lmgrd.intel.exe not working on Windows 7


I have 2 floating licenses of Intel® C++ Composer XE for Linux* (formerly Intel® C++ Compiler Professional Edition for Linux*) version 2011

The Flexlm daemon lmgrd.intel.exe worked well when the Flexlm license server was on Microsoft Windows XP.

But since I had to migrate it to Microsoft Windows 7 SP1 32 bits, I can't get it working.

downgrade ssr

I have an expired edition whose sn would let me upgrade to the current XE Cluster edition for a attractive price, but the amount of use I give such tools does not really justify the ssr for it in the future, and I wondered if I can get some lesser products ssr for the future after one year or am I locked in?

Need to find out who registered serial numbers


We had Intel VTune Performance Analyzer 9.0 installed in RHEL5. Then the machine was upgraded to RHEL6 and we would need a new installer, presumably. But then we realized we need to login to the Registration Center to search for the right download, from which two problems appeared.

The first is that we've lost the serial number. However, it looks like the "SN=..." entries in the lic file are what we need. So this is probably a case closed.

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