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    In order to transfer your license to another machine you first have to Deactivate it on one machine and activate on the other machine. To transfer license from machine-1 to machine-2 perform the following steps.

    Click below link to see detailed steps

    https://zappysys.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360005518413

     

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    Go to Machine-1
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    1. Go to Start -> All Programs -> ZappySys -> SSIS PowerPack -> Click ‘License Manager’
    2. Click on the License Row which you want to Deactivate.
    3. Click on ‘Deactivate License’.
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    Go to Machine-2 (Assuming SSIS PowerPack Installed)
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    1. Go to Start -> All Programs -> ZappySys -> SSIS PowerPack -> Click ‘License Manager’
    2. Click on ‘Activate New License’.
    3. Pick Product from Drop Down (in this case SSIS PowerPack) and click OK
    4. On Enter License Key dialogbox Enter ONLY the license string copied from the email and click OK (the license string is the encoded garbled string). You should receive a ‘Thank you for registering SSIS PowerPack’ message once its validated successfully.

    Restart all SSDT/BIDS Instances and next time you open SSIS PowerPack Task/Adapter UI it should not show you UNREGISTERED or Trial version at the top.

    Activate / Deactivate using Command Line (Automate Activation)

    There will be a time when you want to activate / deactivate ZappySys license from command line. For that refer to below article.

    How to install / uninstall / activate PowerPack from command line (Silent installation)

     

     

     

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