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How to Validate an Application for a Lower License Level (PEX or RUN) When Having a Full License

Last updated: 2019-02-01

How can I validate an application for a lower license level (pex or run) if I have a full license on my computer. How can I check on my computer, that all required functions are available on the computer with the lower license?


In CANoe 11.0 you can start CANoe in the exec64 directory from a command line with one of the following arguments

CANoe64.exe /limitto:pex
CANoe64.exe /limitto:run

and you will have only the functions available that come with the pex or run license. You can check in the licensing area under File | Help:

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