SLM License File Installation

May 19, 2018 | Author: Javiera Aburto Ulloa | Category: Installation (Computer Programs), 64 Bit Computing, Computer File, Server (Computing), Software


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Software License Manager (SLM) License File InstallationFollow these instructions to install your AspenTech license file. Download the aspenONE License File Installer The aspenONE License File Installer automatically verifies and installs your network or standalone license file. Run the aspenONE License File Installer to install your license file 1 Save your new license file to the server or machine it is locked to a. If you are using a dongle-locked license, save the license file to the machine/server you would like to install it on 2 Download the aspenONE License File Installer to the machine/server you would like to install your license file on (here) a. You can download the Installer and move it to servers without internet connectivity 3 Run the aspenONE License File Installer (see next page) 4 Your License File will be installed Note: If you are installing a network license file on your license server, the aspenONE License File installer must be run on the server. When installing a dongle-free license (Network or Standalone), it must be installed on the machine with the matching locking information that you provided during the license request. Manual installation instructions can be found in this document. Run the SLM Configuration Wizard to Initialize your Licenses If you are using an SLM License Server, all client users must run the SLM Configuration Wizard to connect to your license server. If you are using a standalone license, run the SLM Configuration Wizard to initialize your license file on your local machine. Note: The SLM Configuration Wizard is installed by default with all AspenTech software, please visit this page for further instructions 1 First. 5 In the License Type column. Run loadls. Run loadls. please follow the below steps to manually install your license file. you can install the SLM License Profiler and SLM Tools from the aspenONE DVD. refer to the SLM Installation and Reference Guide. Manually Installing your Network License File on you SLM License Server 1 2 3 4 5 6 Copy the license file to the SLM license server directory. Rename the new license file to LSERVRC (no file extension).exe executable file in the license server directory. Note: Ensure that you reload the license server whenever you change your license file by repeating steps 4 and 5.exe again and select Add to start the license server. 3 Click Load Information.Manual License File Installation If you cannot download the aspenONE License File Installer. 4 After the license information appears. please proceed and follow the installation instructions for your license type. confirm that this new license file is either Network or Standalone. 2 . If you already know what type of license you have. you must determine if you have a Network or Standalone license file. click View Licenses. Use the SLM License Profiler to determine the licensing system type of your new license file: 1 Launch the SLM License Profiler application using the Start menu:  Start  Programs  AspenTech  Common Utilities  SLM License Profiler 2 Select Local License File as your License Server and browse to the location of your new file. For further configuration of the SLM Network License server to use reservation files or enable usage logging.exe and select Remove to stop the license server. The default SLM license server directory is: <root>\<Program Files Directory>\Common Files\SafeNet Sentinel\Sentinel RMS License Manager\WinNT\ Note: <Program Files Directory> is \Program Files on a 32-bit OS and \Program Files (x86) on a 64-bit OS. Note: If the SLM License Profiler is not already installed. Follow the appropriate instructions below for manually installing your Network (page 3) or Standalone (page 4) license file. Rename or delete any pre-existing license file(s). Locate the loadls. Windows Terminal Server / Citrix.  aspenONE V7. On the Locking screen. c. This will ensure that the new license file is the only one on your computer. select Yes. please contact [email protected] we suggest that you remove the current license file from the system by renaming it. f. d.x: The license file(s) are usually located in the <Installation-Drive>:\Program Files\Common Files\AspenTech Shared directory. and Licensing Type screens. For the Will you be connecting to an SLM server over the network prompt. Continue with the wizard until it indicates that it has written the new configuration to the registry of your computer.com. Note: \Program Files is \Program Files on a 32-bit OS and \Program Files (x86) on a 64-bit OS. For the Would you like to configure the advanced settings prompt. If this new license file replaces an existing license file. On the Project Tracking. Then.  Configure the standalone SLM system: a. Launch the SLM Configuration Wizard using the Start Menu:  Start  Programs  AspenTech  Common Utilities  SLM Configuration Wizard b. 3 . select No. browse to the location of the new standalone license file and click Auto Configure to automatically configure SLM to use this license file e. If you encounter difficulties or have any questions. You will be prompted for the location of the file during the product installation process.lic_old. and it will be automatically installed on your system. We recommend that you rename it to lservrc_XXX_YYYYY.Manually Installing and configuring your Standalone License File If you do not have any AspenTech software installed on your computer:  Save the new license file to a local hard disk.  aspenONE V8.x: The license file(s) are usually located in the <Installation-Drive>:\Program Files\Common Files\Hyprotech\Shared directory.  The current file will be named lservrc_XXX_YYYYY. click Next to preserve previously configured options. The SLM system should now be fully configured to use your new license file.lic. If you already have AspenTech software installed on your computer:  Simply double-click the new license file. click Next.
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