Nvivo License in Virtual Sites


Virtual Sites, Microsoft AVD, Nvivo 


When I try to launch Nvivo in Virtual Sites I am asked for a license key that I don't have.


This behavior stems from trying to launch the application too quickly after logging into Virtual Sites. The best course of action is the following:

  • When you log into Virtual Sites and see the screen with all of the available application icons, wait 90 seconds before launching Nvivo.​​​​​​
    • This gives the virtual machine time to reach out to the proper servers to claim the license it needs.

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Article ID: 11151
Tue 11/7/23 11:00 AM
Tue 11/7/23 12:53 PM

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