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Jetico Support is who told me that was the solution. They told me they cannot combine the two licenses because the older licenses have expired their subscription. It's a real pain.

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If all the laptops are sitting in the same Local Area Network, there is no need to set up two separate databases for them. Please contact sales@jetico.com to combine the two of your license keys in one and you will able to manage every laptop from one database.

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Central Manager Console creating multiple databases
« Reply #1 on: March 16, 2017, 01:54:57 AM »
I am using the Central Manager Console to manage my office of laptops. I'd purchase 4 enterprise licenses last year and then purchased 3 more this year, and now I have two separate licenses instead of one pool. What is the best way to manage these two sets of licenses? I'd prefer to have everything located on the same Windows server since it's the only desktop in the office.

Is there a way to run two instances of the Console either at the same time or separately or configure two separate databases? Jetico suggested I could have two databases, but if I create a Backup and then delete computers from the database in order to create the second, I am warned the encryption key will be removed from the clients and all data will be lost. Not sure what to do here.

Thanks.
 

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