License information

You can see details about your license on the Version and Licensing page.

To open the page, in Sitefinity CMS backend, navigate to Administration » Version & Licensing.

On this page, you can see the following:


The type of license that you own.
For example, Enterprise.

License type

Whether you license is a subscription based or not.
For example, Sitefinity Cloud license is a subscription license, while Sitefinity CMS is perpetual.

Date of activation

The date when your license was activated

Expiration date

The date when the license expires.
This is displayed only for subscription license types, such as Sitefinity Cloud.

Product version

The currently installed Sitefinity CMS version.
For example, 13.2.

Build version

The currently installed build of Sitefinity CMS

License holder

The entity that the license is registered to.
For example, Marketing team.


The email used to register the license

Company name

The company that has purchased the license

Concurrent users

The maximum number of concurrent users permitted by your license type

Published content items

The maximum number of published content items that are permitted by your license type

Published Pages

The maximum number of published pages permitted by your license type


The conditions which apply when registering subdomains

Packages and add-ons

Available only for Sitefinity Cloud licenses. The purchased Sitefinity Cloud add-ons and other packages.
If you have not purchased any additional packages with your Cloud license, the field is not displayed.

Licensed modules

A list of Sitefinity modules that are included in your license type


A list of all domains registered with your license

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