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How do I check and install a Parallels Server Bare Metal or Parallels Server for Mac Bare Metal Edition license?

Article ID: 8054, created on Feb 8, 2010, last review on May 11, 2014

  • Parallels Server 4.0 Bare Metal
  • Parallels Server 4.0 for Mac Bare Metal


To check which licenses are currently installed and loaded, use the following command:
# vzlicview

To install a new license, put its content into a file and run the following command:
# vzlicload -f "the_full_path_to_the_license_file"

Or, point to the Parallels Server license as the "product_key" option:
# vzlicload -p product_key

ca05eaf5b843fbd53589c90d7228a6df 38b350a8e16219ab065862b865a4acb0 b289128ecc949b6c83079876a8a89300 6f228a59b0fee34d0d63f7d3c1987591 2897d76d56d2010f4e3a28f864d69223

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