NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise Licensing Quick Start Guide

Obtain NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise Software

After your order for NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise software is processed, you will receive an order confirmation message from NVIDIA. This message contains information that you need for getting NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise software from the NVIDIA Licensing Portal. To log in to the NVIDIA Licensing Portal, you must have an NVIDIA Enterprise Account.

Prerequisites

Make sure you have the following minimum or recommended GPU installed before proceeding.

  • Minimum: RTX-enabled GPUs with 8GB VRAM,

  • Recommended: RTX-enabled GPUs with 16GB VRAM.

For more information about supported hardware and software, and any known issues of NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise software, visit our technical requirements page. You can also view specific technical information by navigating to the FOUNDATION APPS section on the documentation homepage.

Your Order Confirmation Message

After your order for NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise software is processed, you will receive an order confirmation message to which your NVIDIA Entitlement Certificate is attached.

Enterprise entitlement certificate for Omniverse

Your NVIDIA Entitlement Certificate contains the following:

  • Your product activation keys.

Activation keys in the entitlement certificate
  • Instructions for using the certificate.

Certificate usage instructions

NVIDIA Enterprise Account Requirements

To get NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise software, you must have a suitable NVIDIA Enterprise Account for accessing your licenses.

Note: For a Support, Upgrade, and Maintenance Subscription (SUMS) renewal, you should already have a suitable NVIDIA Enterprise Account and this requirement should already be met. However, if you have an account that was created for an evaluation license and you want to access licenses that you purchased, you must repeat the registration process.

  • If you do not have an account, follow the Register link in the instructions for using the certificate to create your account. For details, refer to Creating your NVIDIA Enterprise Account.

  • If you have an account that was created for an evaluation license and you want to access licenses that you purchased, follow the Register link in the instructions for using the certificate to create an account for your purchased licenses. You can choose to create a separate account for your purchased licenses or link your existing account for an evaluation license to the account for your purchased licenses.

  • If you already have a suitable NVIDIA Enterprise Account for accessing your licenses, follow the Login link in the instructions for using the certificate to log in to the NVIDIA Enterprise Application Hub page, go to the NVIDIA Licensing Portal, and download your NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise software. For details, refer to Downloading NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise Software.

Create your NVIDIA Enterprise Account

If you do not have an NVIDIA Enterprise Account, you must create an account to be able to log in to the NVIDIA Licensing Portal.

If you already have an account, skip this task and go to Downloading NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise Software.

However, if you have an account that was created for an evaluation license and you want to access licenses that you purchased, you must repeat the registration process when you receive your purchased licenses. You can choose to create a separate account for your purchased licenses or link your existing account for an evaluation license to the account for your purchased licenses.

To create a separate account for your purchased licenses, perform this task, specifying a different e-mail address than the address with which you created your existing account.

To link your existing account for an evaluation license to the account for your purchased licenses, follow the instructions in Linking an Evaluation Account to an NVIDIA Enterprise Account for Purchased Licenses, specifying the e-mail address with which you created your existing account.

Before you begin, ensure that you have your order confirmation message.

  1. In the instructions for using your NVIDIA Entitlement Certificate, follow the Register link.

  2. Fill out the form on the NVIDIA Enterprise Account Registration page and click Register.

NVIDIA Enterprise Account Registration page

A message confirming that an account has been created appears, and an e-mail instructing you to set your NVIDIA password is sent to the e-mail address you provided.

  1. Open the e-mail instructing you to set your password.

E-mail with password instructions

Click SET PASSWORD.

Note

After you have set your password during the initial registration process, you will be able to log in to your account within 15 minutes. However, it may take up to 24 business hours for your entitlement to appear in your account.

Important

For your account security, the SET PASSWORD link in this e-mail is set to expire in 24 hours.

  1. Enter and re-enter your new password, and click SUBMIT.

Set new password page

A message confirming that your password has been set successfully appears.

Set new password page

You are then automatically directed to log in to the NVIDIA Licensing Portal with your new password.

Download NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise Software

Before you begin, ensure that you have your order confirmation message and have created an NVIDIA Enterprise Account.

  1. Visit the NVIDIA Enterprise Application Hub by following the Login link in the instructions for using your NVIDIA Entitlement Certificate or when prompted after setting the password for your NVIDIA Enterprise Account.

  2. When prompted, provide your e-mail address and password, and click LOGIN.

NVIDIA Application Hub login page
  1. On the NVIDIA APPLICATION HUB page that opens, click NVIDIA LICENSING PORTAL.

The NVIDIA Licensing Portal dashboard page opens.

Enterprise licensing dashboard

Note

Your entitlement might not appear on the NVIDIA Licensing Portal dashboard page until 24 business hours after you set your password during the initial registration process.

  1. In the NVIDIA Licensing Portal dashboard page opens, click the down arrow next to each entitlement listed to view details of the NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise software that you purchased.

Enterprise dashboard
  1. In the left navigation pane of the NVIDIA Licensing Portal dashboard, click SOFTWARE DOWNLOADS.

  2. On the Product Download page that opens, set the Product Family option to Omniverse Enterprise and follow the Download link for the brand and version of your chosen hypervisor for the release of NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise software that you are using.

The Omniverse Launcher is available in two versions: the Omniverse Workstation Launcher and the IT Managed Launcher. Omniverse Enterprise customers may choose either version depending on their deployment preference.

  • The Omniverse Workstation Launcher offers a complete experience and does not require IT management for application installation or updates. Of note, the Omniverse Workstation Launcher requires network connectivity and an NVIDIA account.

  • The IT Managed Launcher is designed for use on an air-gapped network and does not require network connectivity or an NVIDIA account. In this case, application installation and updates are managed by the IT administrator for all end users.

Both the Workstation Launcher and the IT Managed Launcher are available from NVIDIA’s licensing and software portal.

Enterprise software downloads

For installation instructions please review the Omniverse Install Guide.

Note

If the brand and version of your chosen hypervisor for the release of NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise software that you are using aren’t displayed, click ALL AVAILABLE to display a list of all NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise software available for download. Use the drop-down lists or the search box to filter the software listed.

  1. When prompted to accept the license for the software that you are downloading, click AGREE & DOWNLOAD.

  2. When the browser asks what it should do with the file, select the option to save the file.

License Server for NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise

There is currently no license server for Omniverse Enterprise. License Server deployment, similar to NVIDIA vGPU license server, will be launched for Omniverse Enterprise in 2024.