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I have a license for domain1.com, but it should also be available for domain domain2.com. How do I proceed?
Rafael  11 years ago   viewed: 42445    

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If domain2.com will be redirected to domain1.com, you can use the license for domain1.com. 

Otherwise you need to purchase two licenses for both domains and set the two licenses to the script as suggested in the thread below.
milo   11 years ago
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In my case, its the same app running on IIS, but the the two domains points to the same app. If i buy a license for the second domain, it will work?!
Rafael   11 years ago
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There is a solution to tackle the multiple license requirement. Open the tooltip.js with Notepad, and after the definition of:

var tooltipOptions = {     .....     license: "licForDomain1" };

add the following script block immediately after above block:

if (document.domain.indexOf("domain2.com") != -1)     tooltipOptions.license = "licForDomain2";

If you have more domains, you can continue adding them:

else if (document.domain.indexOf("domain3.com") != -1)     tooltipOptions.license = "licForDomain3";

Note the "domain2.com", "domain3.com" must be in lower case.

Please try it out and let me know if it works or not.

milo   11 years ago
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If you want to use your existing license for domain1.com on domain2.com, you will need to check with the provider of the license to see if they allow for this kind of use.

If the license allows for multiple domains, you may be able to simply add domain2.com to your existing license by contacting the provider and providing them with the necessary information. photo booth services

However, if the license only covers one domain, you may need to purchase a separate license for domain2.com. In this case, you can contact the provider and ask about purchasing an additional license, or check their website for information on purchasing licenses for additional domains. repair drywall in fort worth texas

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Joseph
  one year ago
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To use your existing license for domain1.com for domain2.com as well, you will need to check with the provider of your license to see if they offer a multi-domain or multi-site license option. Some providers may allow you to use the same license on multiple domains, while others may require you to purchase a separate license for each domain. stump grinding hamilton

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Madison
  11 months ago
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Licensing terms can vary depending on the specific product or service you have obtained, so it's crucial to refer to the official documentation or consult with the license provider directly for accurate and up-to-date information. reiki master

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Shaira
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Blaire
  8 months ago
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In this case, you can contact the provider and ask about purchasing an additional license, or check their website for information on purchasing licenses for additional domains. commercial cleaning Painters near me

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Betha
  7 months ago

   

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