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SCSM 2012 activation after trial expired

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Is there a way of activating SCSM 2012 after the trial expired.
I've walked into a place where they setup SCSM 2012 trial and it's now expired. Can I activate this or do I need to re-install?
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santoshmotwani earned 500 total points
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I don't believe you can activate the expired trial. Best thing to do is export your management packages, reinstall SCSM with your activation key if you have one and reimport the packages.
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I thought so, many thanks for the confirmation.
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