Protection Tools Enhanced For QuickLicense 7, Windows 8.1 And Mavericks

Excel Software has updated a suite of protection and licensing tools

November 2, 2013

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Henderson, NV USA - Oct 31, 2013 - On the heals of recent QuickLicense 7, Windows 8.1 and OS X Mavericks upgrades, Excel Software updated a suite of protection and licensing tools. QuickLicense Server 1.1 creates a floating license server for a protected application or document. DocProtect 3.0.2 generates a protected Mac or Windows application from popular document types. QLRT Xcode 2.0 provides the QuickLicense 7 runtime system in a static library for Xcode developers. PluginFMQLRT 1.0.1 and PluginXojoQLRT 1.0.1 give FileMaker and Xojo developers a plugin with QuickLicense 7 features tested on the latest Mac and Windows OS.

QuickLicense Server 1.1 outputs a vendor-branded, floating license server system for protected applications with no programming required. The system requires minimal administrative effort for the vendor or customer, requires no Internet access and can increase the license count at the customer site with a secure code. The License Server and License Monitor can be distributed royalty-free to customers with a protected application created with QuickLicense or a protected document created with DocProtect. The License Server can run on Windows to serve protected Mac and Windows applications on the network. The server also runs on Mac to license Mac and Windows applications.

QLRT Xcode 2.0 adds QuickLicense 7 features for Trial, Product, Subscription, Floating or Try/Buy licenses with a human managed or Internet automated activation system. QuickLicense is used to configure all aspects of the software license and activation process, then output an encrypted Ticket file. That Ticket file is bound to an application with a function call when the QLRT library file is dropped into an Xcode project. Programmers enjoy a quick, integrated solution for any software protection, activation or licensing requirement. Call a simple function to access all commands with fast, streamlined security and no exposed interface. With a small disk and memory footprint, the runtime allows one software build to support many license types and customized features.

DocProtect turns HTML projects, image collections, video files, audio files, PDFs or SWF files into a protected Mac or Windows application. When used with QuickLicense 7, any license type or activation process can be applied with advanced features such as license release, restore, reset and subscription management. DocProtect Windows now supports either QuickTime or Media Player as the video engine for protected videos. Protected PDF files are presented with the Adobe Reader engine and have been updated to support the latest build.

PluginFMQLRT is a FileMaker plugin that embeds the QuickLicense 7 runtime in a FileMaker Pro Advanced solution that is distributed as a standalone application. PluginXojoQLRT is a Xojo plugin containing the QuickLicense 7 runtime. All protection, activation and licensing capabilities in the QuickLicense system are available to an application with simple function calls.

QuickLicense Server 1.1 is $995 for a Single User License on either Windows or Mac. QLRT Xcode 2.0 is $495 and runs on a Mac OS X computer with 10.6 or later with an Intel processor. DocProtect is $495 for a Single User License on either Windows or Mac OS X or $795 for both platforms. A Single User License of either PluginFMQLRT or PluginXojoQLRT is $395 on Mac or Windows or $690 for both.

Each product includes royalty-free runtime distribution rights for any number of protected products or licenses. All licensing products support Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 or 8.1 or Mac OS X 10.6 or later through Mavericks. A free video library demonstrates software protection, licensing features and order process automation.

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