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Reset CCBoot License

2019/09/15 23:13

Reinstalled Windows or Changed Hard Drives

When you reinstall Windows or change hard disk of your OS, the machine id changes. The machine id is used to validate your license hence it will fail to register. To solve this you need to reset your license once to use it again on your server. 

Note: There is no need to reset license if you are only changing CPU in your server (upgrading slower CPU to faster one.)

Server hardware changed

You want to upgrade you server with more powerful server. When you do that you need to reset your license again.

There are two ways to do this:

a.      Open CCBoot and click "About and Register" then enter your license and click "Register", It will show an error window "License is locked", Click "Yes" button (Figure 1).

Reset license

Figure 1

b.     Now, on the web browser it will open "Youngzsoft Activation" page, enter the captcha and then click "Submit" button (Figure 2).

Captcha and submission

c.       This will send a confirmation email for resetting your license to your email (Figure 3).

Email sent to your email

Figure 3

d.      Login to your email account and then click the confirmation link (Figure 4).

Confirmation link on email

Figure 4

e.       Once you click the link, you will see "Activation Succesfully" page (Figure 5).

Figure 5

f.       Now, open CCBoot and enter license and click "Register" button, it will successfully register (Figure 6).

Figure 6


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