I have a request for installing MatLab R2008a on multiple
machines without having License included in the
installation package, such that post installation of the
package, users can update their individual licenses.

I checked the Install Guide for MatLab R2008a, it requires
File Installation Key and License file for installation to
continue. Can I have Trial File Installation Key and Trial
License file for MatLab R2008a ?

Also, let me know if a package of MatLab R2008a having
Trial License / File Installation key included can be
built and installed silently on multiple machines and
users be allowed to update Activation/Licensing
information post installation?
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ORIGINAL: charan_babu
Can I have Trial File Installation Key and Trial License file for MatLab R2008a ?
Surely they can be d/l from the vendor?

ORIGINAL: charan_babu
Also, let me know if a package of MatLab R2008a having Trial License / File Installation key included can be built and installed silently on multiple machines and users be allowed to update Activation/Licensing information post installation?
You must - surely - be packaging using VMs or VPCs? As such, just try it!

For your final package, remember that, depending on where this file is located, you may need to permission it so that non-privileged accounts can update it.
Answered 04/22/2008 by: VBScab
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ORIGINAL: charan_babu
Can I have Trial File Installation Key and Trial License file for MatLab R2008a ?
Surely they can be d/l from the vendor?

ORIGINAL: charan_babu
Also, let me know if a package of MatLab R2008a having Trial License / File Installation key included can be built and installed silently on multiple machines and users be allowed to update Activation/Licensing information post installation?
You must - surely - be packaging using VMs or VPCs? If so, just try it! If not, why not, especially as VPC is free!

For your final package, remember that, depending on where this file is located, you may need to permission it so that non-privileged accounts can update it.

Answered 04/22/2008 by: VBScab
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