multinet 4.1 PAK
billdegnan at gmail.com
Sun Mar 27 09:40:59 CDT 2016
On Sun, Mar 27, 2016 at 10:33 AM, william degnan <billdegnan at gmail.com>
>> I guess by "get the checksum of VMS", you mean find the checksum that was
>> to validate your current VMS license. It is possible to do this (I
>> how to do it in an email to you a week or two ago) but this is not what
>> want to do.
>> To get a MULTINET hobbyist license, you first need to get a VMS hobbyist
>> license from HP. It is the checksum you get when you receive the VMS
>> that you use to apply for the MULTINET hobbyist license.
> Understood. thanks. I also see that I need all of the correct parameters
> to generate the correct checksum or the software will not work correctly,
> if I now understand correctly. I can't just stick in any old checksum, the
> program that installes the PAK asks questions like issuer, producer,
> availability, etc.
One other thing to add, when I wrote down the info from the license
originally I made a little note on a scrap of paper, with the values I saw
at a point before I deleted the key originally
AA-10098-116512 (product token?)
I am not sure what the Hardware_ID is or if I need it, you're asked a bunch
of questions when you install the PAK.
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