This is very frustrating guys:
I have had Maya 2012 for almost a year with the edcuational license and suddenly, when opening maya, I get this message:
License was not obtained Tried Maya 2012 (657D1 2012.0.0.F), error 20
License method: environment variable MAYA_LICENSE_METHOD='standalone'
Product choice: environment variable MAYA_LICENSE='unlimited'
License file override: environment variable MAYA_ALT_EN is not set
Mac OSX 10.6.8
I have searched the issue, and followed steps in this thread http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/Installation-Licensi
without success. Can anyone help? What is this issue? Does this have to do with the nature of my educational license? Please help. Do I need to do a full system clean?
Educational licenses do expire. Are you sure you haven't reached the end of your term?
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I'm having this issue as well. I've just downloaded Maya 2012 for Mac OS last night, and I'm getting this error even while trying to run it with in 30-day trial mode.I wanted an Educational license, now that I'm a teacher, but I saw the alert that they are currently broken. Great...
I've been through all the forums (apparently it is a common problem), and here's what I've tried so far:
Did a complete "clean" uninstall, according to Autodesk's instructions, using the adlmreg commands, etc.
Logged in as root and removed these directories (BEING CAREFUL TO BACK THEM UP FIRST!):
/Library/Application Support/FLEXnet Publisher/
Removed all trace of old Maya versions I had floating around.
Re-installed Maya with the Service pack 2.
Nothing has made any difference, and I'm starting to get extremely ticked off. Help would be much appreciated!