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Hello

 

How can I silently activate Nvivo 7. The following doesn’t work.

 

"%ProgramFiles%\QSR\NVivo 7\nvivo.exe" -a v:\nvivo7\activation\activation.xml

 

 

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" standalone="yes"?>

<Activation>

<Request>

<FirstName>Brian</FirstName>

<LastName>Gannon</LastName>

<Email>bjjgann@liv.ac.uk</Email>

<Company>The University of Liverpool</Company>

<Department>Computing Services</Department>

<AddressLine1>Chadwick Tower</AddressLine1>

<AddressLine2>Peach Street</AddressLine2>

<City>Liverpool</City>

<State>Merseyside</State>

<Country>United Kingdom</Country>

<PostCode>L69 7ZF</PostCode>

<Fax>+44-151-794-4442</Fax>

<Phone>+44-151-794-3717</Phone>

</Request>

</Activation>

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Dear bjjgann,

 

Does your proxy server require authentication? If it does, then you need to specify your account details. Here is the command:

 

nvivo -a <activation filename> [-u <username> [-p <password>] [-d <domain>]]

 

Regards,

 

Claire Chen

QSR International

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Hi

 

Thanks for the quick reply. We don’t have to authenticate with our proxy. Does this attempted activation leave a log file? Which port does it use to connect to the activation server in case we have something blocking that port such as a machine policy.

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