LAC includes a command line utility, lacutil, that lets you activate a license from a command line. You can retrieve HostIDs and send them as a part of the activation request, as well as specify proxy information.
The lacutil command usage is as follows. Optional parameters are enclosed in square brackets ( [ ] ). Variables are shown in italic text.
Displays HostID values of your computer system.
Activate a license from License Activation Center.
- To print out a HostID list for the current machine:
- To activate a license by specifying the activation key, with the HostID selected automatically from the current machine:
lacutil.exe -activate -act_key X34UT-0B2VE-1LAT9-Y3S45
- To activate a license by explicitly specifying HostIDs (in this example, an Ethernet and Harddisk HostID):
lacutil.exe -activate -act_key X34UT-0B2VE-1LAT9-Y3S45 -hostid ETHERNET=112233445566,HARDDISK=AABBCCDDEEFFGGHH
Initial release; considered production ready. End-user functionality provided.
Updated C Library and changed default output filename to contain activation key and date.
|3||2013-03-18||LAC end user API was updated to the stable version 2 and LM-X was updated to version 4.4.5.|
|5||2019-06-19||LM-X was updated to version 4.9.12.|
|6||2019-07-26||LM-X was updated to version 4.9.14.|
|7||2019-10-30||LM-X was updated to version 4.9.16.|