License Manager Error -10 indicates that one or more of your products has expired in your license file. It does not necessarily mean that your license in general has expired.
How can I tell if my license, in general, has expired?
If you are unsure if your license in general has expired, view your licenses in the License Center on MathWorks.com. You can tell if your product has expired if its Term is Annual and the Service End Date is past today's date or if it is a Trial license and the End Date is past today's date. If your product's Term is Perpetual, then your product does not expire.
If the License Center indicates that your product(s) have not expired
...but you are receiving an error -10, see the troubleshooting steps below.
- If you are receiving this when attempting to open MATLAB, try reactivating your machine using these instructions.
- If you are getting License Manager Error -10 when trying to use specific toolboxes, double check that the toolbox on the license has not expired in the License Center.
- If it has not and you are using an Individual or Designated Computer license, update it using these instructions.
- If you are using a network license, contact your License Administrator and ask them to make sure that the hosted license file is up to date.
If the License Center indicates that your product(s) have expired
...then you will need to renew the license before using them.