Blocking expired licenses automatically

In this blog guide, we will cover how to automatically block expired licenses in Cryptolens. This guide is based on a page from our documentation, which you can find here.

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The first step is to sign in to Cryptolens and go to the Product Page. Click on Edit Feature Names.

To implement automatic blocking of expired licenses, Cryptolens must know which licenses are time-limited, and there are two methods of doing that:

  1. You can designate a specific feature to be time-limited. To implement this method, simply choose what feature you want to be the time-limited feature, and enable it for the licenses you want to automatically block after they expire.
  1. You can also treat all licenses as time-limited, meaning that any license regardless of its features will automatically be blocked after it expires. To implement this, simply click on the checkbox below the feature list called “Treat all licenses as time-limited”.

Regardless of what method you choose, you must click on the checkbox below the feature list called “Block expired licenses”. Press Save.

There is also a way to automatically send email notifications to customers when their license is about to expire. You can find that tutorial here.

Thank you for reading this guide, please reach out to [email protected] if you have any questions.


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