Difference between revisions of "Floating License Sever Setup"

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(Installing and Configuring the License Manager)
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<li>lmutil - Command-line utility for configuring the license manager </li>
 
<li>lmutil - Command-line utility for configuring the license manager </li>
 
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It is possible to download and use the latest versions of the FlexLM software.  Distribution of FlexLM has been handled by a couple different companies.  A google search is probably most effective for finding the latest downloads. [http://www.google.com/search?q=lmgrd+download Find the Latest FlexLM]
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While the license manager can be configured in the T-VEC license directory, the default location for FlexLM license manager installations is c:\flexlm.
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====Obtain a License File====
 
In addition to these files, a valid license file for the T-VEC tools is required to complete the setup. License files are obtained from T-VEC support. They are generated based on the license server's hostid which is typically it's ethernet (MAC) address. Send the server name and ethernet address to T-VEC Support to obtain a license file. See [[License_Management#Obtaining_Licenses]] for information on obtaining a license file for the license server.
 
In addition to these files, a valid license file for the T-VEC tools is required to complete the setup. License files are obtained from T-VEC support. They are generated based on the license server's hostid which is typically it's ethernet (MAC) address. Send the server name and ethernet address to T-VEC Support to obtain a license file. See [[License_Management#Obtaining_Licenses]] for information on obtaining a license file for the license server.
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====Configuration through LMTools====
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The lmtools application which is included in the license directory of the T-VEC installation is the easiest way to configure the license manager.

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