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Why do i need to enter my subdomain when purchasing a license?
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Posted by jrhilldev  · 15-12-2016 - 15:46

I'm in the process of purchasing a Basic license on behalf of my business and we're wondering why we need to provide the information as per below. Could you explain? Thanks.

 

Please insert the subdomain.domain of your choice, for example, subdomain.mydomain.com

If you do not have yet a name for your production server you may introduce temporarily the domain "localhost".

Posted by admin  · 15-12-2016 - 18:41

Hello,

Each license is tied to a subdomain (Basic), domain (Advanced or Premium) and IP (Premium), and can run only on that subdomain/domain/IP. Besides the subdomain/domain/IP, the same license can run on localhost and private networks (classes A, B and C).

For example, if you buy a Basic license for intranet.domain.com you can't use it on documents.domain.com. If you buy an Advanced license, you can use it on *.domain.com, this is all subdomains of a domain, but on others domains such domain2.com or domain3.com. And a Premium license can be tied to a domain (as Advanced) or a whole IP for all domains and their subdomains that share the same IP.

If you don't know or don't have a subdomain/domain/IP, you can write localhost and change it other day if needed.

Regards.

Posted by vjaychowdhary  · 20-02-2017 - 05:42

Hi,

Can I switch domains/sub-domain for a pruchased license?

Thanks!

Posted by admin  · 20-02-2017 - 08:20

Hello,

You can change it if you set localhost as subdomain/domain/IP, but only once.

Please read the FAQs page on (12th item):

http://www.phpdocx.com/faqs

Regards.