Welcome to Flight1.com! We have many great aviation products for FSX/FS9 and P3D.
Most of our products are available by download for immediate purchase.
Understanding the License System and using the License Transfer tool.
Certain products may use a license validation system when purchased using the Flight1.com Wrapper. Included below are details of the system, with information on transfering a license to a non-Internet connected computer or an older computer without modern internet protocols.
How does the license system work?
If the application you are purchasing uses the special licensing system you will see a screen asking you wheter you are using the software on "This Computer" or "Another Computer". If you do not see a screen giving you this option, then your software does not use the licensing system.
Please be aware of what this screen means before you make the purchase. What that screen is saying is that the wrapper will install a license for the machine in which you are making the purchase on. This license will be a file with the .Lic extension, and this license will only work on the machine that made the purchase.
If you need to move the software to another machine, it is all very simple if the other machine is Internet-connected. You will simply need to create a fresh license on that machine by running the wrapped EXE you downloaded on that machine, and select the "Click Here to Reinstall" option as shown below...
When you do this you use your Flight1 account or key file to reinstall, and the original sale will be validated with a fresh license created.
If you do not have an Internet connection available on the machine you want to use the software on or you are using an older computer that does not have current internet protocols, then you may need to use the License Transfer process defined above.
Some notes about our licensing system:
If you follow all the instructions above, you should have no problem using the software on your machines.
In summary, you should have no problems using the licensing system should you adhere to the guidelines above.