Article ID: 1632 - Last Modified: November 19, 2013
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 rest of the Schrödinger 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 have access to an existing license server that has licenses, see Article 972 for instructions. See Article 281 if you have problems.
- If you obtained the free Maestro version for academics, the license should be installed automatically. If not, see Article 1621 for instructions.
#1621: I downloaded the free Maestro for academics and installed it, but Maestro failed because it couldn't find the license...
#281: I have problems with access to the Schrödinger software licenses. Is there an easy way to collect all the system...
#972: How do I set up access to the license server from a client machine?
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