There are two licensing modes for Test Runner:
Node locked instance
Allows Test Runner to run on a predefined host indefinitely.
License file contains a NodeID and a maintenance date. NodeID identifies a host that is used to run tests. Runner only accepts a license if ran on the matching host. Runner versions released before maintenance date are allowed to use a license. These will continue to work perpetually.
To get a license file please run Runner once on a target host, find out NodeId in its console output and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. This file can be referenced in Runner's command line.
Once you have a license file please put it either in Runner's installation directory or it your test project.
Allows to run a fixed amount of Runner instances simultaneously in your corporate network.
License file contains NodeID, maintenance date, port number, instance count. NodeID identifies a host to Enterprise License server on. Enterprise License only accepts a license if ran on the matching host. License Server will listen for connections on a port configured by license. Runner can be configured to connect to this port and get authorization to execute from License Server. Instance count limits the number of runners that can connect simultaneously. Only runner versions released before maintenance date are allowed to run. These will continue to work perpetually as long as there is a connection to license server.
To get a license please, select a node that is accessible from your corporate network or at least from every host you'd like to run Runner on. Run License Server there once, find NodeID in its console output and send to email@example.com
Once you have a license file please put it in server's working directory.
Allows unlimited testing of an open-sourced project.
License file contains expiration date, and a project signature. License is invalid after expiration date. Project signature identifies a project to test. Runner will only test projects with matching signature.
Write on firstname.lastname@example.org, provide Project name, project site main URL, download or update-site link.
Put license file into your test project.