I purchased a Volume License Agreement (VLA) for a certain number of software seats. With the VLA I use the NI Volume License Manager (VLM) to manage my licenses. However, the license file that I was given has an expiration date. What happens when this expiration date is reached? Will I still have access to my software, support, and training? Will the programs I write no longer work after the expiration date?"
As your company reaches the end of its Volume License Agreement, we strongly encourage you to visit us at www.ni.com/vlm and request a quote to renew. Renewing your Volume License Agreement will ensure that you will continue to have one renewal date for all of your software, enjoy the convenience of knowing where your software is using the VLM tool, and maintain access to our full online training library among other benefits. Once you renew you will receive a new license file and your software will continue uninterrupted.If you decide not to renew, you have the option of keeping your software connected to the VLM with an updated permanent license file, or downgrading each seat of the software to a single seat license. In the case of a downgrade, you will receive a unique serial number for each seat. The end users will need to activate their software again using their new serial number. For assistance with your request visit us at www.ni.com/vlm or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
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