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  1. Hello, My WinProp is equipped by student edition license. Recently, I tried to run the sample project of WinProp which is located in "..\Altair\2018-edu\feko\api\winprop\compiler.cpp". Unfortunately, it seems there is some thing wrong with my licence (as is shown in the following figure). I am able to run WinProp in user interface normally which indicates the correctness of my license. I did check my Ethernet ID which was the same as that in my licence. And I am sure the filename of my license is "altair_lic.dat" rather than "altair_lic.dat.dat". I also tried it on my friend's computer which is equipped by a student edition license, too. Similarly, his user interface worked normally but he met the same error as mine when running the sample program of WinProp API. I notice that the alert claims that some necessary features are missing in my license. And I didn't find those features in my license indeed . So I think maybe it is the matter of my license edition rather than the matter of my Ethernet ID. Shall I upgrade my license? By the way, my platform is VS2015. Shall I do any configuration before running the program? Thanks for your help! Regards.
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