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The GTX Single User License File

The GTX.LIC file, for a single user GTXRaster CAD 2017 Series program, contains data in a format similar to the following;


FEATURE pws2000 gtxflex 20.0 21-may-2016  uncounted \ VENDOR_STRING=VSDE236791
HOSTID=001234567899 ISSUED=28-may-2016 NOTICE=N9012AC8F \
SN=PWS2000-150099 SIGN="1728 1636 E796 D1BD 51C6 1531 28ED \
A67B 85FB 5399 1735 374E 70AF AFAA A2DC 10AE 36EF A943 9F3C \
847A 6EA0 F9B8 D1E3 8A5B 3AE8 2D8F 43CE AD80 7DF7 C164"


This file is the key to licensed operation of the GTXRaster CAD 2017 Series
program on a single computer. The data contains encrypted information about the computer it was created to serve and will serve no purpose if applied to a different computer.

An archive of the GTX.LIC file should be maintained for the occasion of removal and reinstallation of the GTXRaster CAD 2017 Series program on the computer which the GTX.LIC file is intended to serve.

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