How to Authorize Ableton Live 9 Offline
If you want to use Ableton Live 9 on a computer that is not connected to the internet, or if you have trouble authorizing online, you can follow these steps to authorize Live 9 offline.
ableton live 9 authorization file
Ableton Live 9 is a powerful music production software that allows you to create, record, edit, and perform your musical ideas. However, before you can use it, you need to authorize it with your Ableton user account. This ensures that you have a valid license and prevents piracy.
Normally, you can authorize Live 9 online by clicking on \"Authorize with ableton.com\" in the authorization dialog that appears when you launch Live 9. This will open your web browser and take you to your Ableton user account, where you can select your Live 9 license and complete the authorization process.
However, if your computer is not connected to the internet, or if you encounter any issues with the online authorization, you can also authorize Live 9 offline. This requires a few more steps, but it is still relatively easy to do. Here is how:
Install Live 9 on the computer that you want to use it on.
When Live 9 starts, you will see an authorization dialog. Click on \"No Internet on this computer\".
Live 9 will display another window in which the hardware code of your computer is shown, as well as further information regarding the offline authorization process.
Note down the hardware code (you will need to enter this number in your Ableton.com account). You can also save this information as a text file to make it easier to find later.
On an internet-connected computer, log in to your Ableton user account. Note: You do not necessarily need to use a second computer to authorize offline. Offline authorization can be performed on the same computer, as long as it has an internet connection.
Once you are logged in, select your Live 9 license from the list and click \"offline authorization\".
Enter your hardware code from Live 9 and click \"Download\". The Ableton server will generate an authorization (.auz) file for the computer you want to authorize.
If using an offline machine, you can save the authorization file to your portable storage device and bring it back to the computer where Live 9 is installed.
Open Live 9 and double click the .auz file or drag it onto the authorization dialog.
Congratulations! You have successfully authorized Live 9 offline. You can now enjoy all the features and functions of this amazing software.
If you need more help or have any questions about authorizing Live 9 offline, you can check out these resources:
Authorizing Live Offline â Ableton
Authorizing older versions of Live (1 - 9.6.2) â Ableton
Authorizing Live Online â Ableton