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  • #6733

    Ansel
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    Hi Tareq and Crew,

    I just rebuilt my local webserver's plugin repository and when I tried to activate WPUFE I received the following message:

    “WP User Frontend Error: Pleae activate your copy”

    I tried disabling my firewall and that didn't seem to help. Any idea how I might clear this issue up?

    Thanks,

    Ansel Taft

    #6738

    Mahi
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    Post count: 1555

    Hello Ansel,

    Thats weird. You do have unlimited license, so please try again with same license key.

    #6740

    Ansel
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    Post count: 26

    No luck. WPUFE saves the email address and license, but the error at the top will not go away.

    #6741

    Mahi
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    Post count: 1555

    Another reason could be – your isp/computer it self blocking our ip.

    As long as it works on live sites dont worry about this. It will not prevent you from any plugin feature. It requires only to Upgrade plugin.

    #6742

    Ansel
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    Post count: 26

    I'm not sure that makes sense. Every other premium plugin I activated tonight (about 25) did so without issue, hitting the server they needed to, to check in. I also disabled my firewall and it didn't seem to make a difference.

    Any other ideas?

    #6744

    Mahi
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    Post count: 1555

    then it could be from our side. Whats your ip? can be found here – http://www.whatismyip.com/

    reply as private if you want.

    #6751

    Ansel
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    #6753

    Mahi
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    Post count: 1555

    Can you please try now and let me know.

    #6766

    Ansel
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    Post count: 26

    I just tried it at work (different IP) and there's no change, it wouldn't let me complete the activation.

    Should we try a different activation code?

    Please note that I've tried deactivating, then reactivating the plugin, as well as removing the folder after deactivating, then copying the original plugin folder back in… none of it has helped.

    This is odd, right?

    #6767

    Ansel
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    Post count: 26

    Please note that my local web server used to be Easy PHP, but I uninstalled that last night and installed Desktop Server instead.

    I also saw a pop-up at one point stating that jQuery is outdated. Which is odd since I'm running WordPress 3.6. The problem is that error could have come from any of the plugins I activated last night.

    #6839

    Ansel
    Participant
    Post count: 26

    Are there any known premium plugin conflicts that might be at play here?

    Perhaps I should deactivate the plugin, remove the folder and clear some database entries? If so, what would I clear?

    #6842

    Mahi
    Member
    Post count: 1555

    So far, no one report anything like this. You can try with a fresh WordPress installation on local server.

    #6860

    Ansel
    Participant
    Post count: 26

    It didn't work. Perhaps I need to open up a port in my firewall, if it's trying to register through something non-standard?

    #6862

    Tareq Hasan
    Keymaster
    Post count: 2831

    Hi Ansel, sorry for replying late. Can you delete the the option wpuf_license and wpuf_license_status from the wp_options table and try to activate it again?

    #6873

    Ansel
    Participant
    Post count: 26

    I found and removed wpuf_license, but wpuf_license_status is nowhere to be found. Perhaps that's the problem? Should I add it?

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