Register A Single User Software License
For an installation of GTXImage CAD Series V11.5, performed as a
software licensed version, the license must be initiated by the person
who installed the program. GTX provides a single user software
license in the form of a file named GTX.LIC, which must reside in the
main GTXImage CAD Series program folder. GTX will create the GTX.LIC
file from information provided by the person who installs the GTX program.
Note: For complete information about the GTX.LIC file, read the topic
The GTX Single User License File.
- START the GTXImage CAD Series V11.5 program
Upon the first start of a newly installed, unlicensed, GTXImage CAD Series
V11.5, the GTX application will recognize that the software licensing
installation choice was made during installation. The application will also
identify the program's unlicensed state, resulting in the following message.
Note the suggestion to run the gLicense command.
Because the application is unlicensed, the following message
should be expected.
Initiation of an active, authorized, software license begins with
GTXImage CAD's gLicense command, which is entered on the
GTXImage CAD command line. The gLicense command will result in a
display similar to the following.
This product is not authorized or is not authorized at this product
To authorize the product you will be prompted for your contact
information and a registration file will be created (GTXREGISTRATIONINFO.TXT).
Email the registration file (GTXREGISTRATIONINFO.TXT) to
firstname.lastname@example.org, and GTX will contact you with the
authorization information or to assist you in purchasing the
Press RETURN key to start entering information or hit [Esc] key to
As instructed by the last line of the gLicense command, pressing the
RETURN key will open the GTX Registration Dialog window.
For this step to succeed, all fields of the GTX Registration
be completed. If a product serial number has not yet been provided
by GTX, the serial number field may contain entries of "0" or "NONE",
as instructed on the last line of the Registration window.
Success in this entry of information will result in the following instructive
message. This message displays the name of the GTXREGISTRATIONINFO.TXT file,
which should be emailed to email@example.com.
Note: The GTXREGISTRATIONINFO.TXT is created and stored in the
GTXImage CAD Series V11.5 program folder.
If all is well with this transaction, GTX will return, to the
an active, authorized, GTX.LIC file. Placement of the GTX.LIC
file in the GTXImage CAD Series V11.5 file folder is the final step in single
user software license activation.