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License file on a Log360 Instance

How to: Applying a License file on a Log360 Instance 

Open the Log360 UI and login using the default/super admin credentials.

Go to the Admin tab ⇾ Administration ⇾ Log360 Integration ⇾ click on "Sync Now" and ensure that all the required components are integrated successfully.

Click on "License" at the right-top corner ⇾ click on "- No File Selected -" ⇾ choose the license file ⇾ click on "Upgrade".

This will also apply the license to the components accordingly.

 

Note: The name of the license file should only be of alphanumeric values.


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