Thanks for the suggestion.
There was a mention somewhere on the foundstone website that said to simply "email foundstone to obtain a new license number".
Then a specific foundstone email address was listed.
That did not seem to get a response, so I did as you mentioned and "submitted a support ticket request" for a new license key.
The support ticket folks asked for a hash and based on that hash, they provided me with a license to cut 'n paste into a section of the foundstone software program.
This wasn't a case of "license infringement", as we had already paid for a new 12 month license a few months earlier. Our foundstone license is valid and up-to-date. Good through approximately mid 2014.
The installation and setup of our server computer that runs Foundstone MVM took me longer than 60 days. So our "60 day trial" license expired.
I assume that if I had completed the foundstone server setup in "less than 60 day"," then connected to Foundstone's update servers, the proper Foundstone registration would have occurred.
Well something doesn't quiet add up. For you info the flirt tool is what we use to clear a license infringement. A license infringement can be caused by the date and time of the OS being changed + or - 48 hours or the MAC address changing. There are a few other things that can do it but for security reasons I can't go into it.
Please paste in the Service Request number so I can take a closer look.
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