If you download and install the latest version, you do not have to worry with the license. The software will install the most up to date license for you. I'll ask the same question I asked before on this thread. Have you changes your system date? Regards, Rick B.
I downloaded the most actual file. Installed the License.dat as described and got the error message as mentionend by other users. No time changed. Time is synchronized with NTP.
So, Time/Timezone/Date is correct. What to do now?
Guys, Do the following. Open a window and navigate to the C:\WINDOWS directory. Sort by date with the most recent files at the top. Do the same for C:\WINDOWS\system and C:\WINDOWS\system32 See if there are any files with the date in the future. Regards, Rick B.
Guys, Open your 'My Documents'. Go to 'C:\WINDOWS\'. Search for '*ACRORD32.exe*. Include the * before and after the filename. Look at the dates on what is listed. Let me know what the dates are. Regards, Rick B.