Obtain Permanent License dialog
If you are using JetBrains License Server, you can get two types of license tickets. By default, the server issues a floating ticket for you, which lasts as long as you are connected to the server. If you need to work offline, you can get a permanent license ticket.
The table below describes the differences between the two types of the license tickets.
|Floating license ticket (default)||At startup, dotMemory finds the License server in the local network and requests a ticket, which is returned to the server and becomes available to other users when dotMemory is closed. Both obtaining and returning of the ticket are done automatically.||Number of licenses on the license server can be less than the number of dotMemory users. For example, if there are 60 engineers who use dotMemory but only a maximum of 50 of them can use dotMemory concurrently, then 50 licenses on the license server would be enough.||Connection to the License Server via a local network or VPN is required to start dotMemory.|
|Permanent license ticket||Once obtained, a permanent ticket stays on a client machine. It is not available to other users until it is returned from the client. Both obtaining and returning of the ticket are done manually on the client or by a license sever administrator.||The client do not need a network connection to run dotMemory.||The license obtained with a permanent ticket remains unavailable for other users even if the client do not use it.|
You can use this dialog to obtain a permanent license from the s License Server if you use one.