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philrusso700
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License Server

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05-04-2004 07:04 AM
I am getting a message "no connection to license server could be established" I have other machines in the office that work fine. Mine gets that message. The server name is designs2001 and I can ping the server no problem in a cmd window. any help would be greatly appreciated
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Re: License Server

05-04-2004 08:05 AM in reply to: philrusso700
First, restart and see if it's still not working [just to make sure] Check if you have a system variable pointing at the server.. if not, leave it and add the value in your registry. Use RegEdit to add the folowing key HKEY_LOCAL _MACHINE\SOFTWARE\FLEXlm License Manager\ADSKFLEX_LICENSE_FILE for the value you add '@designs2001' if there already is an entry or want to use multiple servers [god knows why] just add it like this: '@designs200; @designs2001' Your machine now should be able to see the license server... if there's still no connection, contact your Reseller for apropriate support. good luck :smileywink: "philrusso700" schreef in bericht news:844670.1083679518965.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum2.autodesk.com... > I am getting a message "no connection to license server could be established" I have other machines in the office that work fine. Mine gets that message. The server name is designs2001 and I can ping the server no problem in a cmd window. any help would be greatly appreciated

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