How to remove “No Valid Subscription” – Proxmox 4.4

I migrated from ESXI to Proxmox. due to the lack of freedom when you don’t have the money to pay for a license which is really expensive, somewhere around 695,- $. and that is frankly a lot of money when it is for home and personal use.
But it will quickly become annoying to get faces wit a big pop-up windows which reminds you that you don’t have a valid subscription.

First step is to make a quick backup of the file we are going to edit.

Second step is to open the file we are going to edit. use your preferred text editor.

and locate the section there is belov. it is probably located at line 797.

replace if (data.status === 'Active') { with if (false) { and write the changes to the file.

What is left is to reload your Proxmox WebUI in your browser, and the “No Valid Subscription” message should be gone for good. Or at least until the next big upgrade to 4.5

  • Pingback: hurologue » No valid subscription()

  • Micah Roth


    • Daniel

      Your welcome ;)

  • Adam Gallagher

    I am on 4.4-13/7ea56165 and the location of the pvemanagerlib.js file has changed slightly from /usr/share/pve-manager/ext6/ to /usr/share/pve-manager/js/. The routine stays the same.

    • Daniel

      Thanks! sry for the late respond, I had alot of exams I had to get done ;)

      But thanks again, I will correct that

  • WarrenM

    One liner that works for proxmox 4 or 5 (and maybe even for 3):
    sed -i s/”data.status !== ‘Active'”/false/ /usr/share/pve-manager/*/pvemanagerlib.js

    • Thanks WarrenM!
      I will add it to the post when I’ve time ;)