Generate Your Trial License Key

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  • Trial License Request. In order to use i-net Clear Reports you need a valid license key. You can request a 90 days trial license key for an IP address. The license key has to be entered via the Remote Configuration Manager in the General/License panel of your configuration.

About: Standard License and Extended License for FORScan Windows versions.

Standard license is the default one distributed with FORScan. Anyone who has downloaded and installed FORScan version for Windows works under Standard license. FORScan under Standard license is fully functional, except some (few) functions that are available under Extended license only. Extended license is not provided by default and has to be obtained as described below.

An authorization code is a pass key required to generate and activate license keys you or your company have purchased for your device. You receive your authorization code(s) after you purchase your device and associated product and feature licenses. Figure 4 shows the license key generation and activation flow.

The objectives of the Extended license:

1. Limit access to critical functions. For example, let’s look at the PATS programming functions. If the function is available without any control, any thief who has a laptop and ELM327 can program new key just for seconds. We do not think this is something what our users want.

2. Take payment for functions that are most time/resource consuming in impementation. We are often asked about donation. We have no donation scheme, but in the future anyone who wish to help us financially has an ability to purchase the Extended license.

So in other words, if you are a FORScan user, you will have only 2 cases when you need the Extended license:

A. If you want to help to FORScan team financially (in the future, as currently we have no payment options).
B. If you need an access to a function that is available under Extended license. If it is your case, please do not try to inquire for Extended License unless you see the following message:

List of functions that require Extended license:

Note: the functions may be implemented not for all models. Please either check for your car support in Change Log on the Download page, or check for the function presence in the functions’ list when FORScan is connected to the vehicle,

Service -> PATS Programming
Configuration and Programming -> Module Configuration
Configuration and Programming -> Module Configuration(AS BUILT format)
Configuration and Programming -> Central Configuration
Configuration and Programming -> Module Reset/Configuration (required to learn central configuration changes related to these modules)

All the rest functions do not require an Extended License!

Generate Your Trial License Key

How to get the Forscan extended license:

1. Copy the Hardware Id from the About chapter of FORScan:

Important note: you need the hardware id of the equipment that directly works with your vehicle. So if you have a desktop and laptop, and you use the desktop to review the logs and the laptop is used to connect to your vehicle, you need to get the Hardware Id of your laptop!

2. Generate trial license using this link:

with the following information:
– Your First and Last name
– Contact phone
– Hardware Id obtained in the item #1

3. After license key is successfully generated, click on the Download link in the Action row of the table and download the license key to any convenient place.

4. You have 2 ways to apply the license key:
4.1. Just double-click on the file and confirm adding the registry record, then restart FORScan.
4.2. Use button Load license key in FORScan->About section, then agree to restart the application.

5. FORScan with correctly applied extended license should look like this:

Note:

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To use the Bing Maps APIs, you must have a Bing Maps Key.

Note

When you use the Bing Maps APIs with a Bing Maps Key, usage transactions are logged. See Understanding Bing Maps Transactions for more information.

Creating a Bing Maps Key

Generate Your Trial License Key Number

  1. Go to the Bing Maps Dev Center at https://www.bingmapsportal.com/.

    • If you have a Bing Maps account, sign in with the Microsoft account that you used to create the account or create a new one. For new accounts, follow the instructions in Creating a Bing Maps Account.
  2. Select My keys under My Account.

  3. Select the option to create a new key.

  4. Provide the following information to create a key:

    • Application name: Required. The name of the application.

    • Application URL: The URL of the application. This is an optional field which is useful in helping you remember the purpose of that key in the future.

    • Key type: Required. Select the key type that you want to create. You can find descriptions of key and application types here.

    • Application type: Required. Select the application type that best represents the application that will use this key. You can find descriptions of key and application types here.

  5. Click the Create button. The new key displays in the list of available keys. Use this key to authenticate your Bing Maps application as described in the documentation for the Bing Maps API you are using.

Upgrading Your Account

If you want to upgrade your account to be an enterprise account, contact Bing Maps for Enterprise.

Bing Maps Terms of Use

For information on Bing Maps usage rights, see Microsoft® Bing™ Map Platform APIs Terms of Use.

Usage Transactions

When you use the Bing Maps APIs with a valid Bing Maps Key, usage transactions are logged.

Free License Keys

You can view detailed reports of your Bing Maps usage in the Bing Maps Dev Center. For more information, see Understanding Bing Maps Transactions.