We just recently purchased a license for "Tasks for AWS". The license installed fine on our production instance, but we have two test instances. The developer license is viewed as invalid. I've tried to go to the utoolity sites but they seem to require an Atlassian cloud account that I do not have. We run our products on our own servers.
@Gail Stewart - thank you for using our add-ons.
Just like many other vendors, we are running our Utoolity Add-ons for Atlassian support site on an Atlassian Cloud instance indeed. Other than using the same hosting platform, all those are independent from Atlassian's own support site and each other though, i.e. you need a separate account on each one that you intend to participate on - accordingly, please feel free to sign-up on the Utoolity support site to ease the conversation around typical (and potentially sensitive) support questions.
Regarding your actual question - license management is handled by Atlassian's built-in Universal Plugin Manager (UPM), i.e. other than reacting on the reported state, an add-on is not involved in evaluating the license as such, so two questions in turn:
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