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(Obtain a License File)
 
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A typical license for T-VEC tools looks like the following example.
 
A typical license for T-VEC tools looks like the following example.
 
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SERVER license_server 00a02471cf70 TCP: 27007
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SERVER license_server 00aabb1122dd TCP: 27007
 
DAEMON tveclmd c:\t-vec\license\tveclmd.exe
 
DAEMON tveclmd c:\t-vec\license\tveclmd.exe
 
PACKAGE TVGSCore tveclmd 1.0 0CC8812AF01F COMPONENTS="T-VECcomp \
 
PACKAGE TVGSCore tveclmd 1.0 0CC8812AF01F COMPONENTS="T-VECcomp \
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In this example, the license server is named "license_server". The server's ethernet address is "00a02471cf70". The license manager listens on port 27007 for client license requests. The vendor daemon for managing the license requests is tveclmd.exe. The information following the first two lines of the license file contain details on the licenses managed by this file.
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In this example, the license server is named "license_server". The server's ethernet address is "00aabb1122dd". The license manager listens on port 27007 for client license requests. The vendor daemon for managing the license requests is tveclmd.exe. The information following the first two lines of the license file contain details on the licenses managed by this file.
  
 
The server name, port and path to the vendor daemon can be updated without invalidating the license file. It is good practice to use the full path to specify the vendor daemon.
 
The server name, port and path to the vendor daemon can be updated without invalidating the license file. It is good practice to use the full path to specify the vendor daemon.
 
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SERVER [server] 00a02471cf70 TCP: [port]
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SERVER [server] 00aabb1122dd TCP: [port]
 
DAEMON tveclmd [path to vendor daemon]
 
DAEMON tveclmd [path to vendor daemon]
 
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Latest revision as of 15:19, 13 June 2008