I have VSCode 1.74.3 with PowerShell Pro Tools v2023.1.0 on subscription
Display License Information shows
Licensed to: me
When I try to run Merge-Script I get
Merge-Script : This cmdlet is part of PowerShell Pro Tools and requires a license. Visit https://store.ironmansoftware.com/pricing/powershell-pro-tools for more information.
It was working 2 days ago (on 31/01/2023), but not today (02/02/2023)
Has anyone got any ideas
Tool: Visual Studio
Can you try to delete the %AppData%\PowerShell Pro Tools\activation.lic file if it exists? I’ve seen that fix this issue before. You will have to reload PS after you do so.
I deleted it & it showed PowerShell Pro Tools was unlicensed
I then used the Install License Key tool & it’s all good now
I’ve just renewed my license, installed the latest license file
It worked fine yesterday, but today I am back in the position of having no license
This is the output I get
Merge-Script : This cmdlet is part of PowerShell Pro Tools and requires a license. Visit
https://store.ironmansoftware.com/pricing/powershell-pro-tools for more information.
I’ve tried deleting the files in "%AppData%\PowerShell Pro Tools" but when I restart VS Code activation2.lic and license.lic get recreated before I install the license
The version of PowerShell Pro Tools currently installed is v2023.7.0
Have you got any ideas?