Licencing for Sage 200 has changed for 2013.

There are now two licencing options for Sage 200. A subscription option allows you to pay monthly for your use. This is available to both Online and On Premise deployment options. For On-premise there is also the perpetual licensing that there has been for previous versions.

As well as the way you can can pay, there are also more types of user available. There is the option of a Full Sage 200 user or Web user licences (NB. Full users also get access to the Web/Self Service user). For CRM users there is also the CRM User and Suite user options still available.

The way we enter Licences has also changed. Gone are the days of typing out 24 blocks of 5 letters. Licences will now be activated using your account and serial number. These numbers are entered within the System Administration, which launches an automated system (online) that links to Sage’s internal systems. The details are authenticated in order to allow you to licence the system by selecting a licencing button.

Licences are stored in an  XML certificate.

If for some reason you do not have an Internet connection, there is a manual option available.

If you Right Click on ‘Licence’, in System Administration and select ‘Generate Licence Request’. A licencerequest.xml file is generated. This can be manually emailed to Sage, who will send the XML file back, to be imported into System Administration.

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