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Revoking License

You can revoke licenses from protected workloads or licensed hosts, and re-apply them to other objects that you plan to protect. License revoking can be helpful, for example, if a licensed host goes out of service or you do not want to protect some workloads anymore.

To revoke a license, do the following:

  1. From the main menu, select License.
  2. In the License Information window:
    • For protected workloads, open the Instances tab and click Manage.
    • For licensed hosts, open the Sockets tab and click Manage.
  1. In the displayed window, select a protected workload or a licensed host and click Revoke. Veeam Backup & Replication will revoke the license from the selected object, and the license will be freed for other objects in the backup infrastructure.

Revoking License 

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