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Any way to programmatically find my license expiration date?

I use a lot of licensed software with licenses that need to be renewed periodically, and I'm writing a script that checks all my licenses to warn me when I need to renew one soon, but I can't find a way to do this with WebInspect.

Is there a way to programmatically find my license expiration date?  A hidden remote API function?  A registry setting I can read?

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  • Check out the license.xml file at C:\ProgramData\HP\Licenses\WebInspect\<your machine>@<your user>\HPLicense.xml

 

  • If you ran (or run) the Offline Activation, the Activation Token string is shown within the LicenseReq.XML file and its resulting WebInspectLicenseResp.XML file.  You can run the Offline Activation even if you are already activated.

 

 

Both of these answers help for the common Named User license model.  I do not know how you might do this on the LIM server if you were using the Concurrent User license model.


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