3.9. Installing a Nexus Repository Manager License

Available in Nexus Repository Manager only

When starting a Nexus Repository Manager trial installation you can upload your license file as described in Section 3.5, “Running” on the license screen visible in Figure 3.4, “License Activation”.

If you are currently using an evaluation license or need to replace your current license with a new one, click on Licensing in the Administration menu. This will bring up the panel shown in Figure 3.8, “Nexus Repository Manager Licensing Panel”. To upload your Nexus Repository Manager license, click on Browse…, select the file, and click on Upload.


Figure 3.8. Nexus Repository Manager Licensing Panel

Once you have selected a license and uploaded it to the repository manager, Nexus Repository Manager will display a dialog box with the Nexus Repository Manager End User License Agreement as shown in Figure 3.9, “Nexus Repository Manager End User License Agreement”. If you agree with the terms and conditions, click on "I Agree".


Figure 3.9. Nexus Repository Manager End User License Agreement

Once you have agreed to the terms and conditions contained in the End User License Agreement, Nexus Repository Manager will then display a dialog box confirming the installation of a Nexus Repository Manager license, as shown in Figure 3.10, “License Upload Finished Dialog”.


Figure 3.10. License Upload Finished Dialog

If you need to remove your Nexus Repository Manager license, you can click on the "Uninstall License" button at the bottom of the Licensing Panel. Clicking on this button will show the dialog in Figure 3.11, “Uninstall License Confirmation Dialog”, confirming that you want to uninstall a license.


Figure 3.11. Uninstall License Confirmation Dialog

Clicking Yes in this dialog box will uninstall the license from Nexus Repository Manager and display another dialog which confirms that the license has been successfully uninstalled.


Figure 3.12. License Uninstall Completed Dialog

Clicking on the Active Users Report button shows a list of IP numbers that connected to the repository manager in the last 7 days.

3.9.1. License Expiration

When a Nexus Repository Manager license expires, the user interface will have all functionality disabled except for the ability to install a new license file.