Can you elaborate more on this question? Do you need to copy a production JIRA instance to a JIRA Test instance? Or a completely new JIRA Test Instance? Both can easily be done via export/import XML and evaluation licenses can be generated for this kind of needs.
Is this what you're looking for ?
PS: It would be very helpful if you provide more details than just a short title when asking questions in this forum
Apologies, i started this post and clicked a few things to add, then it submitted, but i was not done. I got tied up and could not come back to clean up this post.
@Boris Georgiev the link you posted is exactly what i needed, i was trying to set up a test environment and didnt know we got a free development license key with our purchased license. I was able to grab it and set up my test environment.
Again apologies for the mix up and thanks the assistance even with my vague post.
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