Excel Software Ships Cloud License Server 2.0 and Desktop License Server 2.0
Manage Online Serial Number Activation for Desktop and Mobile Apps
By: Excel Software
CLS 2.0 and DLS 2.0 includes updated server executables for Windows, 32-bit Linux and 64-bit Linux servers. Customer entered data during the activation process now fully supports Unicode for non-English languages.
Cloud License consists of URL commands to activate, validate, release, restore and reset a software license. An application running on a computer or mobile device communicates with the server to activate, validate or move a license between devices. Supported license types include Time Limited, Date Limited, Product, Subscription, Trial/Product and Trial/Subscription. Once activated, a license can be suspended or a subscription disabled from the server by the developer. Cloud License works with virtually any device, OS, human or programming language.
Cloud License Server 2.0 is a self-hosted activation server that implements Cloud License. It consists of an Admin app running on a Mac or Windows development computer and a server exectuable running on the developer website. The Admin application is used to define each license type and generate a batch of Serial Numbers that can be uploaded to the server. The Admin application can start, stop, view or update data in the license server.
Excel Software offers a suite of protection and licensing tools built around QuickLicense to apply Serial Number activation to Apps created in virtually any macOS, Windows or Linux development environment. QuickLicense supports Trial, Product, Try/Buy and Subscription licenses with advanced features like license release, restore, reset and subscription management.
Desktop License Server 2.0 supports online Serial Number activation for Apps using QuickLicense, AppProtect, DocProtect and companion products. DLS consists of an Admin app running on a Mac or Windows development computer and a server exectuable running on the developer website. The Admin application is used to define each license type and generate a batch of Serial Numbers that can be uploaded to the server. The Admin application can start, stop, view or update server data in the license server.
A small database server supporting two license types with 100 Serial Numbers for each license starts at $495. For a larger database, the cost per Serial Number is under a penny. The database size of CLS or DLS can be increased as needed. CLS 2.0 and DLS 2.0 each include a user guide, tutorial, demonstration videos and free tech support at https://www.excelsoftware.com.