Is there any possibility to activate licenses from multiple accounts on one PC/Mac?
I have one business account (with Dorico license) and one personal account (with Cubase license), and I need to activate both licenses on my Mac at once. Because right now, I need to logout in Steinberg Activation Manager (which automatically deactivates the other license) and re-login again everytime I want to use one of these programs… Which really sucks, because I can’t use both programs at the same time…
I’ve tried to use Offline Activation, but it didn’t work…
I have the same problem here, the company i work for provides me the use of a Nuendo License, which works fine, but then I can’t use my license of Spectralayers Pro 9 which is on my personal account. This is very annoying. Is there any way that both my licenses could be available at the same time?
This is pretty annoying. I’m dealing with the same problem; can’t use work licenses on desktop machine at home at same time as personal licenses with the new system. Hope Steinberg will address this and provide a solution.
That’s very useful, when you have all licenses on one computer and you need to activate those licenses on other computers and make them accessible for all users, but there is no option to use multiple SAM accounts (Steinberg IDs) and “merge” those licenses to 1 computer…
I’m having the exact same problem. Nuendo from the Company and a personal Wavelab Elements License. As long as I have the old Wavelab 11.1 installed, it runs with the dongle. But now I have the problem that Wavelab doesn’t play anymore with my RME Fireface. And apparently the update to 11.2 should fix this. But I don’t want to migrate the dongle-license because of that problem.
Please, Steinberg, fix this. There’s nothing illegal going on here. I can’t justify the purchase of another license just because of that.
If it is such a big problem to allow two Steinberg IDs running at the same time, would it be possible to “lend” a license to another Steinberg ID for as long as the owner wants it? So the owner of the license stays in control of who is using it.
Thanks @Croissant! That’s good to know. I’ll look into that.
But if Steinberg doesn’t address this issue I surely won’t buy any upgrades of WL in the future. At least for as long as I work for that company