When I try to reactivate, StyleGuard indicates that I have exceeded the number of activations the current key is allowed.
Your computer might be changing its name every time it is connected to a different computer network. A different computer name will cause StyleGuard to disable the style collection.
To resolve the problem:
Bring up the Terminal (a system application). To open the Terminal, navigate to your Applications folder, open Utilities and double click on Terminal. You will be greeted with a message similar to this:
Last login: Tue Mar 6 17:21:36 on console
The last line you see is called the prompt. This will appear after every command you enter and this is where you type your commands. It consists of your computer name, your current directory and your short username. When you first start Terminal, your current directory will be “~” which is short for your home directory (/Users/Your username).
Here’s how to change your Mac hostname with the command line and make it permanent:
scutil --set HostName new_hostname
Simply replace new_hostname with whatever you want your hostname to be changed to, for example I want to change my Mac’s hostname to SGMacBookPro, I will use this command:
scutil --set HostName SGMacBookPro
(Note the — before set is two dashes next to each other, –set)
You will be asked for your admin password since you’re using the sudo command. After the command is executed you can verify that the changes took place by typing: