Have you tried emailing firstname.lastname@example.org?
Yes I did. Still waiting for a reply.
Are you/do you work for an exsting customer? Or do you just want to try things out?
We are working with an exiting custommer.
I have a feeling that the licence page was last updated in 1995. Why does it have only episerver 7 listed? It is a bit misleading.
Are you looking at https://license.episerver.com/ ?
yes. The page at https://license.episerver.com/ is the page i was talking about. Is there any other episerver page that can generate a demo licence?
Can you copy & patse the text that mentions Episerver 7? I looked for it but can't find it.
As far as I know, that's the only page for working with licenses.
Just commenting about the product selector just having Episerver 7 - that is the licensing model "version". The actual license file will have a version restrction that basically allows you to use any Episerver version like this: VersionRestriction From="7.0" To="16.0"
The same Episerver 7 is also listed as the product when logged in as a partner and generating developer licenses BUT then there is the additional field where you can select the type of the license: EPiServer 7 Partner Developer License OR [CLOUDDEV] EPiServer 7 Cloud Developer License.
But to get the demo license for Azure App Service - I guess the only option is to keep mailing the already mentioned license email address - unless Bob could internally ping someone about this.
I want to request a demo licence for a demo site hosted on azure. I am using this site to request a licence file:
I use the IP address specified in the azure web app properties page.
But it is not working. The licence error popup is still visible with error "18.104.22.168 is not a valid ip-address".
As I understand the azure web app does not have one ip adress but it is using a list of possible IP addresses.
How can I request a licence for an azure demo site with a list of possible IP addresses?