I checked on my LMS 3.1 system and the pinpak.dat file is empty- i assume it is the same in LMS 2.6. I checked several licenses files and cannot see a way to map the SIGN value to a PAK - instead it even changes with every application line in the license file.
There is another way - you need the Purchase Order (PO) or Sales Order (SO) number. With this information you or your Cisco partner should be able to track back to the PAK and the Contract number.I have dones this successfully in the past.
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