Here’s my advice:
- Verify that the licenserepair.exe is intact. That kind of error message occurs when the exe header isn’t intact. I.e.: email server converted your file to a text file and replaced its contents.
- Next, You can move the installation to another server (hint: don’t move the credentials.db file, and reset the passwords and accounts)
- You could restore the root of the installation directory from a backup, then click ‘repair’.
- Finally, you could backup the entire install directory, upgrade to version 9. This would get you up and running, and net you 3 weeks to sort out residual details.
Regardless, I strongly suggest contacting our customer service & sales staff to get your maintenance in good standing. You’re missing out on two huge major updates and access to our support staff.To buy a maintenance contract or to learn more about our support offerings, please call our sales department at 866.530.8100 or email us at email@example.com.
Can you please provide a link to Licenserepair.exe?