License Installation for QTP 11 (741 Views)
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Christopher Martello
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Registered: ‎10-21-2009
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License Installation for QTP 11

I installed Quick Test Professional version 11 after uninstalling QTP Version 9.5. I have a seat license for 9.5, I installed it, and it said successfully installed. But when I launched Quick Test Professional, it said "The software license in use will expire in 30 days" (now I'm down to 20) and when I click on About it says "demo". So I tried reinstalling it and it said "Failed to install the license key. It is already installed". What is the best way to resolve this issue. Thank you!
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Erodabasi Atacan
Posts: 588
Registered: ‎01-16-2008
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Re: License Installation for QTP 11

Hi,
It says not only "...It is already installed..." I says also that after 30 days when this license expires the installed seat license will be used ;-)
I would say, wait 30 days (in you case wait 20 days) and check if the seat license will be used. Otherwise open a case by HP.
Kind regards,
A.E.
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Rhonda Robinson
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Registered: ‎11-13-2007
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Re: License Installation for QTP 11

I do not believe that the installed seat license will "magically" become valid after the 30 days. QTP 9.5 licenses are not valid for QTP 11. You must request a new license key.
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stonedinaus
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Registered: ‎02-11-2009
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Re: License Installation for QTP 11

Are you sure it isn't just the Service Test license that it is complaining about. I have installed QTP 11 and got a similar message which did confuse me until I realised it was related to the install being a Functional Test (?) license rather than a QTP license. When the time is up, it reverts to just the FT and add-on licenses.
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