How do I setup or manage my QAP license?

This page is for user of QAP v11.2 to 11.4 only.

After you finalize the transaction to get your QAP license on the QAP Shop website, you receive two emails.

  • Your Quick Access Popup License: contains your receipt, download link and license code;
  • Login details to manage your Quick Access Popup license: contains the password to manage your license (for more safety, it is recommended to change your password on the website using the Lost password? link on the Shop website).

Saving your license

In the first email, click one of the Easy Setup (most users need to download this file) or Portable ZIP link to download the installation file, install it (see instructions in the email) and launch QAP. If a valid license is not found on your system, QAP displays the following dialog box.

Click OK and, in the Customize window, select the Help, Manage your license menu.

Select Save your license code, click Continue and, in the next dialog box, enter the license code found in the first email and your name (entering your name is optional).

QAP will confirm that the license has been saved and will restart.

No installations left! What to do?

If the maximum number of installations for your license has been reached, QAP displays the following dialog box.

Using the Manage installations option (described below), you will be able to remove obsolete installation codes. If you are not sure which installation code to remove, do not hesitate to remove all of them. They will be re-saved automatically and silently the next time you will use QAP on each of you computers.

If, on the other hand, you don’t have enough installations for your needs, you can get a new license on the QAP Shop website or contact us to increase the number of licenses on your existing license.

Removing your license

You may wish to remove your license from a computer if you need to move your QAP license to another computer. Removing the license will free this installation and make it available. Open the Help, Manage License menu, select the Remove your license option and click Continue.

If you can’t remove a license this way (if the computer where the license is saved is not accessible), you can remove the license using the Manage your license option to remove it from the QAP website (see below).

Managing your license on QAP Shop website

Managing your license on the QAP Shop website gives you a global view of the installations for your license and allows to remove the installation code for a system where QAP is not used. To manage your license, open the Help, Manage your license menu, select the Manage your license option and click Continue. Alternatively, you could enter the link https://shop.quickaccesspopup.com/checkout/purchase-history/.

In the QAP Shop website, enter your email address and password in the Manage your license box on the right side of the window. If you did not change it, the password can be found in the email Login details to manage your Quick Access Popup license sent when you got your license. If you lost this email, you can set a new password by clicking the Lost Password? link.

Once logged in, you will see your transactions in the Purchase History list. Click the View Licenses link.

In the View Licenses page (below), the Activations column indicates the current number of installations for this license and the maximum of installation that can be activated. Click the Manage Installations link to see the installation codes saved for this license.

To remove an installation, in the Manage Installations page (below), locate the system ID of the computer where QAP is not used. You can find this ID in the QAP Help, About dialog box (see the second screenshot below). As said above, if you are not sure which installation code to remove, remove all of them and they will be re-saved automatically and silently the next time you will use QAP on each of your computers.

Click the Deactivate Installation link to remove an installation.

When you open the About dialog box (under the Help menu), QAP shows, at the bottom of the window, the system ID used to register the installation for this computer. If you need to note this code, click the copy the unique ID link and paste the code from your Windows Clipboard.