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Can't develop with trial license

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  1. Adam
    Adam avatar
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    05 Apr 2013
    17 Jun 2013
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    Well, this is frustrating :) I've been using SF 6.0 for  over 30 days. Now when trying to log in to the CMS, I get "Your license has expired". Am I, the developer, really locked out from developing until the client purchases the license? I don't remember this being an issue with 3.x-5.x. Hosed, please help!
  2. Tim
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    22 Jun 2011
    17 Jun 2013 in reply to Adam
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    You should be able to run it, without any problems, on localhost. I've never run it that way but...that's the word on the street. :)

    You could also hit up sales and ask to have your trial extended.
  3. Bill
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    07 May 2015
    18 Jun 2013
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    Hi Adam,

    Per my recent e-mail to you, I am happy to extend your trial if you need some more time to evaluate the product ( just need the info I asked for from you to do so).  

    Sitefinity trials are good for evaluation and proof-of-concept purposes. If you are looking to start project development phase, you/your client will need to purchase a Sitefinity license prior to commencing the project in order gain access to development and technical support.


    Do you want to have your say in the Sitefinity development roadmap? Do you want to know when a feature you requested is added or when a bug fixed? Explore the Telerik Public Issue Tracking system and vote to affect the priority of the items
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