M100 license and 30 day testing

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M100 license and 30 day testing


Is there a way to uninstall M100 and reinstall it to continue our testing to bypass the 30 days evaluation.

I tell to costumer that for the price of the software buy it. It's cheap and you will be able to continue your testing for more that 30 days of evaaluation or use an other computer...But they don't want to use an other laptop '' corporate rules ''.


Any trick.





Polycom support on phone told me that there is nothing possible.



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Polycom Employee & Community Manager

Re: M100 license and 30 day testing

Hello Carl,

welcome to the Polycom Community.

I have moved your latest post as within this official Polycom community we only discuss legal and supportable options.


The Software can be tested on a individual laptop for 30 days and if it needs to be used after this test period your customer will have to purchase a license.


Please refrain from asking about methods to circumvent any license restrictions in the future.

Best Regards

Steffen Baier

Polycom Global Services

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