Halion and Groove Agent license issue

I purchased Cubase 13 Pro and also installed Halion and Groove Agent and assumed that they are licensed together with Cubase.
But when I open Halion it says there is no license.
What should I do?
Do I need to contact support or purchase additional license for Halion and GA?

Cubase 13 Pro comes with Halion Sonic 7 and Groove Agent SE, which is different to the full products Halion 7 and Groove Agent 5.

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You can either uninstall them and install the bundled releases, or buy the licenses for the full products.

If you choose to buy full licences, buy the Absolute collection - a little cheaper than 2 separate licences. And maybe hold out for the summer sales.

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I figured that they are included with Cubase so I installed them and now when I open Halion Sonic it claims I don’t have a license.
Maybe I’ll try to reinstall them. Not sure what’s the problem.

This sounds to me as if you still have Halion 7 installed and it tries to open the full version.

Just in case, did you also install “Halion Sonic 7 Collection” on your machine? There is a small naming difference in the package from Cubase 13 and the one that needs a license.

Halion Sonic Selection       Free with Cubase (see my screenshot)
Halion Sonic 7 Collection    Needs a license, not free

I would try to uninstall the packages that require a license as a first step and then reinstall the included packages.

You might be right. In any case I will fully uninstall Halion, make sure there are no leftovers and then re-install using your suggestion.