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Put a demo licence in Check Point NG R55 HFA 09 over Solaris 9 in command line

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I Have a Solaris 9  machine (v100)  whit  Check Point Enterprise  NG R55 HFA 09, the demo licence for 15 day finish,  I generate a 1 month demo licence but I can´t connect to with SmarT update or Smart Dashboard,

¿How I can put the new demo licence in command line (Solaris)?
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Log onto the Solaris box, then you have two options.
Type "cpconfig" (as root), and choose the license option.

Alternatively you could type (on the command line)

cplic put

Can't remember the exact format of the this command though. Easiest option is cpconfig.
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