WSEE Registration Key


It appears that I have used the wrong registration key on one of my installs.  It now says I am unable to validate the WSEE license.  Can I change the license key without having to uninstall the entire WSEE?

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You can see which Registration Key was used to license your copy of the WSEE Installer by opening up the server Dashboard, clicking on the “Settings” link (located in the upper right-hand corner of the main Dashboard window), and then clicking on the “WSEE Installer License” tab of the Settings dialog box that appears.

To change the Registration Key associated with the WSEE installation of a specific server, you’ll need to download and run the WSEE Updater program on it. You can download the latest release of the WSEE Updater from here.

NOTE: If the WSEE Updater happens to inform you that the latest update is already installed on the server, then simply check the checkbox stating that you would like to continue installing the update anyway.

Lastly, you’ll need to run the WSEE Updater on both the server that you entered the wrong Registration Key on, as well as on the server that was previously licensed with that particular Registration Key. The reason for this is because the license will have become unlinked from the old server when you used it on the new one. Running the WSEE Updater on both servers will re-link the license (Registration Key) you enter back up to the servers once again.

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