Activation center (ACEN) is ready-made, full featured ASP .NET WEB application for management of clients, programs, orders and licenses with flexible automated activation system for programs protected with PC Guard Software Protection System family products.
Supported editions of PC Guard
ACEN supports applications protected with all PC Guard family products.
PC Guard V6 family products:
- PC Guard for .NET64 V6
- PC Guard for Win64 V6
- PC Guard for .NET V6
- PC Guard for Win32 V6
PC Guard V5 family products:
- PC Guard for .NET V5, PC Guard for Win32 V5
Activation center (ACEN) is available in two different versions:
1. Source code version (with full asp .net source code, which can be freely modified to suit your specific needs)
2. Pre-compiled version (precompiled, without ASP .NET source code)
Activation center is licensed per server. Each server requires separate license. There are no additional charges (per user or per generated licenses for example).
If you are interested in testing Activation center (ACEN) before purchasing please request access to online demo version of Activation center. You will receive login information for both administrator and client interface so you can fully test all available features.
Activation center also includes additional useful components: AC Generator .NET (web component for generation of activation codes) and Activation web service which can be accessed from any desktop or mobile application.
Supported protection scenarios
Number of granted web licenses per serial number is defined in ACEN Program settings (valid values: 1-100, default value: 1). By default, single license is granted per single serial number. Multiple licenses can be granted per single serial number.
By default, custom features stored inside serial number will be used for generation of activation code. If no feature is set in serial number, default program features will be used.
Demo mode can be combined with all protection scenarios. Application will initially work in demo mode and will not require activation until demo period is over.
By default, expiration date for each web license will be based on default validity period, fixed date limitation and day of the month limited license settings in Activation center.
When reactivating or transferring (standard licensing model only) web license, expiration date from original web license will be used for new web license instead of default program settings. Expiration date of original web license can also be changed in Activation center by administrator user and in this case next time web license is reactivated or transferred, this new expiration date will be used for new web license.