ICDD License Extension Procedure
License Extension Procedure for PDF-2, DDView and ICDD SUITE Release 2005 and Later
Please Note: The License Extension Procedure was activated in 2010 and will continue for PDF-2, DDView and ICDD Suite products Release 2005 and later.
The initial term of the License for PDF-2, DDView, and ICDD SUITE is five (5) years from the license registration key date. At the end of your five (5) year license term, you will need to do one of the following:
Option 1. Purchase a license of the current release of the PDF-2, SIeve or PDF-4+. You may contact ICDD at firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase your product license.
Option 2: Extend your original license for one additional consecutive five (5) year term, free of charge, provided that the licensed user has the same organization name and address (i.e., the registered user), and the product license has not been previously renewed or converted to a PDF-4+ product.
Please Note: If you do not update your product or perform this free License Extension Procedure before your five (5) year license period expires, your PDF-2, DDView, and/or ICDD SUITE will not function past the original five (5) year license term.
License Extension Procedure
To request a license extension for PDF-2, DDView, or ICDD SUITE follow the instructions below:
Run the Registration Wizard -
Register ICDD Product
You can submit the registration by web, email (email@example.com), or fax (610-325-9823). Upon receipt of your information, ICDD will verify your license. If the license is valid (the licensed user has the same organization name and address), ICDD will send you a new registration key.
ICDD tests each product release on the then current operating systems that are readily available. ICDD will support the published computer specifications for the product release year. ICDD does not guarantee product functionality or compatibility with subsequent changes in computer/hardware platforms. Please see Computer Specifications at www.icdd.com/licenses/compspecs.htm to verify the published computer specifications for your product release.