The serial number is not the same thing as the code that begins with \"X\" that you use to redeem the card. Serial numbers are located on the back of your card. Here are some examples of where you might see the serial number:
No. Firearms without government issued serial numbers (engraved or otherwise applied to the firearm) pursuant to federal law at the time of application shall not be registered by DOJ until such time as a DOJ provided serial number has been applied in a manner consistent with state and federal law. Pursuant to California Code of Regulations, title 11, section 5474.2, if you have a Firearm Manufactured By Unlicensed Subject (FMBUS) you will need to apply for a Department issued serial number prior to initiating the assault weapon registration process. Please contact the DOJ at DOJserialnumber@doj.ca.gov to obtain a Department issued serial number.
They are used to encode information such as key identifiers (product, shipment, location, etc.) and key attributes (serial numbers, batch/lot numbers, dates, etc.) via GS1 syntaxes (plain, GS1 element string and GS1 Digital Link URI).
Enter the code displayed on the token as the 1st code. Advance to the next token code and enter that number as the 2nd code. Advance to the next token code one more time and enter that number as the 3rd code. Click the Resync Hardware Token button after entering all three token codes.
Register using a QR code: To identify your device's serial number through a QR code, tap Scan QR code, and tap OK. Line up your phone's camera with the device's QR code. Make sure you use the barcode on the device itself, not on the packaging. When the device is found, follow the on-screen instructions to register it.
The Play Kits gift does not automatically begin a new Lovevery Play Kits Subscription. Your gift is the value of a finite number of Play Kits and ends once the final Play Kit purchased by the gift is shipped. Changes in pricing between the date of the gift and the date of the activation could change the number of Play Kits purchased by the gift. At any time during the duration of your gift, you have the opportunity to subscribe, if you choose to. Doing so will not affect your gifted Play Kit amount. Once you subscribe, your subscription will begin after the last gifted Play Kit has shipped.
You received a credit because the funds used to purchase your gift were not sufficient to purchase the intended number of Play Kits. The remaining funds are being provided to you in the form of a credit that can be used for a Play Kits Subscription. At the time of purchase, the gifter was given an estimated price for your intended number of Play Kits based on the age of your child and the price of our products at that time. If activation was delayed and your child turned 1 during this time*, or the price of our Play Kits increased while the gift was dormant, this could result in a decrease in the number of Play Kits shipped and the remaining gift balance being credited to you. If you are an existing Play Kits subscriber, this credit will be automatically applied to your existing subscription. If you are not an existing Play Kits subscriber, you can apply the credit toward a future Play Kits Subscription. If, however, you decide that The Play Kits are not the right fit for you, you may contact us and someone from our Customer Experience Team will help provide you with equivalent store credit to our website*After your child turns 1, our Play Kits for toddlers ship out every 3 months (vs. 2 months), so the play value and price increase (from $80 to $120 under current pricing)
An activation key is an encoded bit string that defines the list of features to enable, how long the key would stay valid upon activation, and the specific serial number of a Cisco ASA device. A series of five hexadecimal numbers, as shown at the top of the output in Example 3-1, typically represents that string. Each activation key is only valid for the particular hardware platform with the specific encoded serial number. The complete set of activation keys resides in a hidden partition of the built-in flash device of a Cisco ASA; other nonvolatile internal memory structures maintain a backup copy of that information. After Cisco generates a key for a given device, you cannot separate individual features from this licensed package. You can request and apply another key with a different set of features to the same Cisco ASA device at any future point in time. All features encoded in a particular key always have the same licensed duration, so activation keys can be classified as permanent or time-based.
Example 3-1 illustrates a Cisco ASA that derives its feature set from the permanent and one time-based activation keys. Both activation keys appear at the top of the output. Features denoted as perpetual come from the permanent activation key; these licenses never expire. Time-based features show the remaining number of days before expiration; even if you enable one of these features via the permanent key later on, the countdown will continue until the applicable time-based key expires or becomes deactivated manually.
Because activation keys tie to a particular device using the serial number, it is possible to attempt to activate a key from one Cisco ASA on another; the software automatically checks for such errors and rejects an incorrect key. Example 3-7 illustrates such an attempt.
How do I change the phone number where I will receive my verification code Wawa Rewards account owners may have already entered a phone number when creating their account. If not, the system will require a phone number to be entered when opting to receive their verification code via text message. Account owners can go into their profile and edit their contact information at any time. 153554b96e