There are two types of software-based key license management. The first key management software only uses directory locations on your target packaging and is used when using pirate licenses, trial software, software that is not yet published from our website. The second software uses the publisher's license server and it is often used for the management of product keys for your own product that you publish. These keys are called registered product keys. These keys are sent to the publisher's server, where they are stored for a certain number of days. If you want to use these keys, you must obtain a registration key to register these keys with the provider. This can be done at the provider's website or by calling the service department. For information about registration keys, refer to your publisher or company's published documentation.
The organization represented by the orgId is referred to as the organization. For example, an organization can be the Sales Department of your company. The orgid is the organization's primary domain name. The auc was entered by the end-user who registered their key. The attributes of this key are the product name, product version and the manufacturer's serial number, when applicable. The organization's organizationId is used in case a different license manager instance needs to be used to verify the organization's key.
Note that there are 2 ways to create new keys, one being the LMT tool and the other being the GV Server API. The LMT is a tool that is typically run by a domain administrator who uses the LMT as part of their daily work. They can create and manage licenses for customer's software, whether it is published, pirated or trial. The LMT tool is independent of the GV license server API. d2c66b5586