Evaluation Rhino 7 License Key Not Working

I have downloaded the Evaluation Rhino 7 and when I enter the license key which was sent to me by email, it is saying that it is invalid or has expired. How is this possible when I am literally entering the key a few minutes after downloading the programme. Tried this about 3 times with different accounts but still doesn`t work. Any please help?

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Yeah I am in the same situation too. I’ve tried deleting rhino and then redownloading it with a new account but that still doesn’t work.

You can no longer use the loophole to get multiple 90 day evaluation periods. That door has been closed, sorry. If you have never downloaded a V7 evaluation key and are still getting the message, contact sales@mcneel.com via e-mail.

Expired evaluations include those downloaded more than 90 days ago but never installed, as well as multiple users of the same computer if one user has used up the evaluation period previously.

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Your single V7 eval expired in June.

I invite you to purchase a permanent license at:

If you’re a student or faculty, then use the Students and Faculty tab for reduced pricing and proof of EDU status requirements. EDU licenses are permanent, have no maintenance fees, and can be used for commercial work when you leave school. EDU licenses are 80% off compared to a Commercial license.
If you do not buy a license now and need one after you are no longer a student, it will cost $1,000.

Selling Rhino licenses is how we pay for development, tech support, employee salaries, and to feed and house our families.

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inzabbab bro

Urban Dictionary: Inzabbab

Buy a license or leave …


Hey kid, this is the official support forum where the Rhino developers and the users who have paid for it hang out. Think we give a crap about your trying to get around the trial limitation? It’s time to pay up sucka.


Thank you so much for your reply. I was hesitant to buy the license as I thought it was a general glitch type thing with the email code expiring instantly. I am an architecture student, so I’ll definitely look into the EDU license. Thank you for helping me :slight_smile: