Domain-based site licenses for Lao Script for Windows are now available to help site administrators install and manage
the use of Lao Script for Windows on large networks.
Availability and conditions of use
Site licenses may be purchased for 100 or more users (in multiples of 50 users).
Purchasers must agree not to install Lao Script for Windows on more computers than specified in the license,
and not to provide their license details to anyone outside their company or organization.
How domain-based site licensing works
When a site license is purchased, the purchaser must advise Lao Script for Windows the company or organization name
and the (case-sensitive) name of the domain
on which the site license is to be installed (see below).
The license key that is provided will only work for computers connected to the
Either normal installation or
automatic installation may be used. If normal installation is used, the license key
and domain name can be entered during normal license activation, without requiring an online connection.
(The domain name is entered using the Settings... option.)
When using automatic activation, the license number, user name, license key
and (case-sensitive) domain name must be specified in the license setup file
exactly as provided by Lao Script for Windows. The password is ignored in this case and
may be deleted from the setup file. The installation batch file must be
executed with elevated permissions if installing the application on Windows Vista
or Windows 7.
How do I identify my domain?
If you are not sure how to specify your domain, please download and run
WhatIsMyDomain.exe which will
identify your domain in the format needed for requesting a site license.
The domain name is case-sensitive, and must be provided to Lao Script for Windows exactly