UFT One licensing

Working with UFT One requires a license. This topic describes the different types of UFT One licenses, where to view your license information, and how to install licenses.

UFT One license types

When you install UFT One, you select one of the following license types:

  • A permanent seat license that is specific to the computer on which it is installed.

    Note: The trial installation of UFT One includes a 30-day demo seat license.

  • A network-based concurrent license that can be used by multiple UFT One users, taken from and returned to a licensing server pool.

    If you need a demo concurrent license, contact your UFT One sales representative or partner.

As long as you are logged in with administrator permissions, you can change your license type at any time. For example, if you are currently working with a seat license, you can choose to connect to a concurrent license server, if one is available on your network.

Note: You can also open UFT One using a legacy license, although the functionality will be limited to the service that you are licensed to use. For example, you can open UFT One using a legacy QuickTest Professional or Service Test license and access GUI testing or API testing functionality.

For more details, see Seat vs. concurrent licenses and License editions.

For details about installing and configuring licenses, see:

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View license information

To view details about your current license:

  1. In UFT One, select Help > About OpenText UFT One.

  2. Click License.

    If at least one of your licenses is about to expire, UFT One displays the date of the license closest to expiration.

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AutoPass License Server

Concurrent licenses require the use of the AutoPass License Server. If you are upgrading to UFT One 14.50 or later, you must upgrade your AutoPass version to AutoPass version 10.7 or later.

Download the installation from the ITOM Marketplace (requires login).

Caution: Earlier versions of UFT One can be used with AutoPass version 10.7 only after configuring SSL. For details, see the AutoPass 10.7 SSL Communication Support document (requires login).

For more details, such as proxy settings or managing licenses and users, see the AutoPass License Server online documentation.

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