Retrospect Virtual Licensing
Retrospect Virtual is licensed differently from Retrospect Backup. Instead of individual license keys for each component, Retrospect Virtual has a single set license credentials–a name and a key–that enables specific components.
The licensing page for Retrospect Virtual is accessible from the home screen under "License". There are two components to a Retrospect Virtual license:
Retrospect Virtual Trial License
Retrospect Virtual includes a 60-day trial. You do not need to license the software to try it. Trial license allows unlimited number of users but limited to a maximum of 100GB. You can specify the modules that are enabled and how many.
Retrospect Virtual NFR License
Certified partners can request an not-for-resale (NFR) license for Retrospect Virtual. This license will run for a year, although individual trial users created as part of the NFR are still restricted to 60 days. The following modules are included:
1 Retrospect Virtual Console
1 Retrospect Virtual Host Server
5 Guest Machines
1 Granular Restore Addon for file-level restore
3 Office 365 mailboxes
Retrospect Virtual Purchased License
When you purchase a full version of Retrospect Virtual, your fulfillment email will include the license components: a name and a key. Enter these into the Retrospect Virtual License Manager and click "Update License".
If you have already been using a trial, clicking "Update License" will reconfigure your software to use the new license.
Upgrading Retrospect Virtual
To upgrade Retrospect Virtual, contact Retrospect Sales (email@example.com) for a link to the latest version of Retrospect Virtual.
You do not need to uninstall your current version of Retrospect Virtual to install the latest version. You can double-click the installer, and it will auto-detect an existing version and upgrade it.
Last Update: 09 March, 2020