Our organization purchased ES4 two years ago and installed it on Windows 7 workstations. We are now looking to upgrade the OS to Windows 10. I am testing the installation on an isolated test network and have attempted it on virtual workstations (using VMware 5.5) as well as a physical workstation, all running Windows 10. It seems to progress just fine until time to enter the license key. I enter our key (again, purchased 2 years ago) and after chewing on that for several minutes it returns an error saying the key is invalid. Does this installation require internet access? Other reason the license key would become invalid? Windows 10 compatibility?
USTRANSCOM Test Engineer
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Designer for AEM 6.2 Forms is an incarnation (latest version) of Adobe LiveCycle. It is available only with AEM platform. As you are using as a stand-alone product, you will find following information about claiming the upgrade to Designer ES4 useful:
We have been using LiveCycle Designer on our Windows 7 workstations as a stand-alone product. Is this still possible with Designer for AEM 6.2 Forms, or is the AEM platform required? And does any of this need to be installed on a server?
Thanks again for your responses. I am completely unfamiliar with this product (I didn't test the previous version and I do not use the product), so any assistance you can give me will be most appreciated.