TAGGED: installation, Installation-FAQ
November 15, 2021 at 4:20 pmdickonSubscriberI have registered for the 30 day free trial of Ansys Discovery and installed the software. When I open the software I get a notification saying "No Discovery licenses found. Operating in Read-Only Mode". If I then click on the "Subscription License Status" button adjacent I am prompted to sign in with my registered email address. After entering my sign in details, the sign in window disappears but has no effect on the license status. Could someone please assist - is there somewhere to activate the 30 day trial? I have been in touch with Ansys support via email and they have directed me here. Thanks in advance.
November 16, 2021 at 5:26 amDevendra BadgujarAnsys Employee
Hi Dickon Walker
Can you please check if the license mode is set as Subscription? You can check this by launching Discovery Licensing Mode Manager from Windows Start menu. If the license option is set to floating, please set it to Subscription and try again.
Please let me know if the issue persists.
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