RSLogix version 16 gets the errors below and is running in Grace Period. At the time of its establishment, Huawei was focused on manufacturing phone switches but has since expanded its business to include building telecommunications networks. There are two forms of activation supported by RSLogix Emulate 5000: EvRSI activation.
I have a general SanDisk jump drive that had several AB activations (my website) on it. I have used EVMOVE on this jump drive without any issues from time to time(I don't have a lot of AB controllers). When I went to move the RSLogix 500 activation (https://rameshnrao.com/activation-key/?patch=6964) to use 9/05, I got an error message "Error reading activation file" and all the activations that were there are gone.
- Install RsLogix 500 - activation file
- I need to install Rslogix 5000 v11 to view a processor file. Does anyone know the newest operating
- That can be done through the Activation Manager, no phone call neeeded
- This could lead to activation files being accidently “broken” when inadvertently edited in a text editor
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I can only get RSLogix5000 to work again, by uninstalling the v20 update. However I am left with aftereffect that everytime I boot up my laptop, I get an RS Enterprise error message.
The problem here is that your v6 does not support both EVRSI and FactoryTalk Activation. So you do not qualify for free migration. You would require a valid TechConnect Support Contract to migrate.
Just to pile on here with other's sentiment, and I like AB products and it's my choice for large integration projects, but Rockwell Software, especially their Factory Talk Suite is the biggest craptastic piece of **** software ever to become accepted in mainstream use. I cringe whenever a customer requests that we use SE for HMI vs Wonderware, and I immediately double my design costs. It's just that buggy, doesn't have near the features of other HMI packages, and is temperamental as hell. Customer's continue to want it ONLY because it's Rockwell, and ONLY because they don't have to deal with rollout of the product. Those customers that actually have to use it, have quickly switched to Wonderware and others.