After purchasing your license, if you’re running VidyoPortal Virtual Edition or the Hot Standby software option, you’ll receive Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) licenses (removing license dependency to your Vidyo hardware). Otherwise, you’ll receive System ID-based licenses (licenses tied to your Vidyo hardware).
By default, you will receive System ID-based license unless you are running VidyoPortal Virtual Edition or using the Hot Standby software option. Using VidyoPortal Virtual Edition or the Hot Standby software option requires an FQDN license.
Existing customers with System ID-based licenses using VidyoPortal Virtual Edition or the Hot Standby software option can be converted to an FQDN license by contacting Vidyo Support.
System ID-based licenses and FQDN-based licenses were sent to the email address you provided when making your purchase. However, if you do not possess these licenses, you may request them after providing your configured system information and using the procedures in this section.
The Vidyo licensing team usually sends out keys within one business day from the time you submit the required information from the Vidyo website form. Licenses are sent to the email address you provided.
If you have any licensing questions, please contact Vidyo's license team with your MAC address, System ID, and Public FQDN at email@example.com.