I've been using 1Password 4 for a long time jointly on my Android, in Windows 7, and the extension for Chrome under Win 7. I did not upgrade to 1P7 until recently for complicated reasons. I sync using Dropbox.
The other day I got tired of the constant prompts to upgrade on my phone, so I allowed it to convert my old agilekeychain vault to the new opvault. So far so good on the phone. The app seems to work fine there; I can add new logins, etc., just like before. I can also see the new vault being sync'd to Dropbox.
Meanwhile, my PC was upgraded to Win 10. I downloaded and installed 1P7 for Windows per the KB article. I chose "sync with Dropbox." I pointed it to the new .opvault file in Dropbox and gave it my master password, and it opened. Voila. All good, right? Nope. It thinks I don't have a license, and won't let me add new logins. Well, obviously I have a license, because I can use the app on my phone, right? Additionally, I have a license key - looks like some kind of a GUID - and also a license file called "OPW4.license". The new 1P7 won't take either of these. How do I prove to my new 1P7 installation that I'm a licensed user? [NOTE: I do not have a 1Password.com account. I have never had one. Does that matter, since I have a working license, as proved by the functionality of my phone?]
1Password Version: 7.2.580
Extension Version: Not Provided
OS Version: Windows 10
Sync Type: Dropbox