The first time you run ARCHLine.XP on your computer you will need to register your license.
If you are no longer going to use ARCHLine.XP on your old computer you should deactivate the license on the machine, and only after that can you activate ARCHLine.XP on your new computer.
There are three methods to move ARCHLine.XP to another computer:
- ARCHLine.XP is running on a computer that is currently connected to the Internet. Simply deactivate the program on your old computer. This can be done by opening ARCHLine.XP on your old computer and going to Help - Deactivate License.
- If you are physically away from the computer where ARCHLine.XP is activated, or there is internet connection, but the computer is unable to connect to the ARCHLine.XP Web Service: this might be caused by firewall settings, admin settings, etc. If this happens, you can log into your ARCHLine.XP account on our website, where you can deactivate your license online.
- Via email: if there is no Internet connection, send an email with activation request from Help - Add License dialog. Remember to attach the saved license identification file (file has .allicreq extension) to the email. You will receive in email the activation file with an .allic extension. Open this file in the same dialog.
Once your license has been moved to another computer, you will no longer be able to use the program on your original computer, unless you move the license back to the original computer.