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Updated:January 11, 2018
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Apply for your Screen Licenses with the use of your Product Authorization Key (PAK) and serial number. You then receive an email from the Cisco Licensing team. Here is an example email which shows Screen Licenses.
Note: Examples of PAK are outside the scope of this document.
Step 2. Log into the web interface of your Telepresence Server and navigate to Configuration > Upgrade as shown in the image.
Step 3. Scroll to the Feature management section. Note that the Telepresence Server has an Activation key already installed as shown in the image.
Step 4. Copy the Screen license key value from the licensing email and enter the value into the Add key field. Click Add key as shown in the image.
Step 5. The key is added immediately as a Feature key in the Feature management section with the name TS screen licenses. The quantity of screen licenses applied appears beside the name (highlighted in orange) as shown in the image.
Note: Add the Activation or Feature Key exactly as it appears in the license email. Ensure you include any dashes and that there are no extra spaces or characters.
Note: Once added, the keys take effect immediately. A reboot is NOT required.
Note: Cisco recommends that you record the Activation and Feature keys, in a safe location, in case you need to re-enter them in the future.