Empowering Screen Printers
How to Use Freehand License Manager (FLM)
Learn by watching the video, or review the written transcript. If you still have questions submit a tech ticket, or reply back to your technician in an open ticket.
I’m going to briefly walk you through the Freehand License Manager where you control activations and deactivations of your Freehand software licenses.
To start, you’ll need a Freehand License Manager account.
In Freehand software go to the Account menu then Manage Account or go to licensing.solutionsforscreenprinters.com in a web browser and log in.
When logged in, licenses will be categorized by software.
In each software category licenses will be labeled with the activation code used, the date of expiration,
And if activated to a computer: the activated computer name, the time of last log in, and an option to force that computer to log out.
To activate a new license or extend the activation period of an existing license click the Redeem button.
Copy and paste an activation code purchased at solutionsofrscreenprinters.com here
Using the options below choose to activate a new license that can be used on a computer or choose to extend a current activation, a drop down list will appear with a list of activated computers and their respective activation codes to choose from.
Click OK to accept.
To deactivate a computer click Logout in the Freehand License Manager or from within the software go to the Account men then Logout. You are now free to install and activate another computer.
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