Article ID: 1632 - Last Modified: April 18, 2012
I have installed Maestro from the download site. Do I need a license, and how do I get it?
Yes, you need a license to run Maestro and the Schrödinger Suite software. You should do one of the following, depending on your situation:
- If you are interested in an evaluation license, go to http://www.schrodinger.com/salescenter
- If you have purchased the software and don't have a license, go to http://www.schrodinger.com/licensing and follow the instructions there for obtaining a license.
- If you have purchased software and obtained your license, or have access to an existing license server that has licenses, follow the directions in the Licensing chapter of the Installation Guide under "Setting Up Access to the License Server". See article 281 if you have problems.
- If you obtained Maestro under the Maestro Academic Campaign, see article 1621 for instructions.
#1621: The free Maestro Academic Campaign license wasn't included with the academic Maestro download. How do I get the licen...
#281: I have problems with access to the Schrödinger software licenses. Is there an easy way to collect all the system...
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