Explicitly calling filebot --license
will do the trick in most cases, but on Synology NAS the license key path is shared across for all user accounts, while license activation status is specific to each user account, so you may need to filebot --license
once for each user account.
On Synology NAS, each $USER
will has it's own FileBot application data folder and caches and so filebot --license
work only within the context of the current calling $USER
, and thus can only fix license activation status for the current calling $USER
due to file permissions.
On Synology NAS, the easiest way to reset everything is to just uninstall the FileBot package completely
via Synology DSM. That will clear all FileBot application data for all users.