Langmeier Backup FAQ

Langmeier Backup: Install Volume Licenses

Users who want to install Langmeier Backup on multiple machines can use Silent Setup and automatic volume license activation to install Langmeier Backup on the machines.

Silent Setup

Silent Setup will perform the installation without user interaction.

Proceed as follows:

  1. Run Langmeier Backup Setup with the command line parameters "/s /v/qn".

    Example: langmeier-backup-en.exe /s /v/qn

Activating the volume license

If you have a volume license of Langmeier Backup, you have the option to automatically activate your Langmeier Backup installations with this volume license.

Proceed as follows:

  1. Remove the hyphens in the license key.

  2. Save the license key without hyphens in the following registry entry:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Langmeier Software\Langmeier Backup\app\v9regkey

    Note: For 32-bit operating systems, omit the Wow6432Node subfolder.

  3. To activate this license without user interaction, set the following value in the registry to the value "1":

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Langmeier Software\Langmeier Backup\AutoActivation

    Note: Again, on 32-bit operating systems, omit the Wow6432Node subfolder.


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