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TravisNave
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Message 21 of 27 (1,474 Views)

Re: Error -4.132.0

01-18-2012 09:47 AM in reply to: jfields

-4 Means that you are out of licenses for that particular product.  Check the status enquiry of your network license manager and see who has the license checked out.  Have them close the program and return it.  If it is borrowed it will say (linger) beside the usage.  Return the borrowed license. 

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sdewitt
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Message 22 of 27 (1,470 Views)

Re: Error -5.412.0 @ Error -4.132.0

01-18-2012 02:14 PM in reply to: alextong

Are any of these users pulling a licenses accross a WAN?

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jfields
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Message 23 of 27 (1,460 Views)

Re: Error -4.132.0

01-19-2012 02:58 AM in reply to: TravisNave

TravisNave,

Thanks for the response to the error code. The issue was that the license was checked back in however the license manager did not recognize that. After repeated checking the license in and out of the license from the last machine that had borrowed it,  the LM finally recognized it as being returned. At the time of the error code the LM was not up to date and compatible with the version of the software in use. The LM was updated and the debug file regenerated. This solved the problem, eliminated the error code and once again all is well. Your time and response to our issue is greatly appreciated.

 

Respectfully submitted,

JFields

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wilmer
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Message 24 of 27 (1,343 Views)

Re: Error -5.412.0 @ Error -4.132.0

03-08-2012 03:37 PM in reply to: alextong

el error Error [-4.132.0] se genera por el bloqueo del firewall o el antivirus

para solucionar esto liberar el puerto 2080 y los puertos 27001-27009  asi como crear una excepcion al

ejecutable LMGRD.EXE

 

 

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joguma
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Registered: ‎03-14-2012
Message 25 of 27 (1,320 Views)

Re: Error -5.412.0 @ Error -4.132.0

03-14-2012 02:56 PM in reply to: alextong

Excelente, mil gracias por tu ayuda, funcionó muy bien

 

Excelent, thanks a lot for your help, this work very good

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systemcare
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Registered: ‎08-11-2012
Message 26 of 27 (1,088 Views)

Error [-5.412.0]

08-11-2012 03:10 AM in reply to: alextong

My client facing Error [-5.412.0 ]when open AutoCAD 2010 & AutoCAD Architecture 2010 (US Metric) (network version). Only this PC got these error while others work fine.
They have 15 seats of AutoCAD 2010 network licenses.
Instead in lmtools not showing anyone use the licenses when these one error appear...

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TravisNave
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Message 27 of 27 (1,053 Views)

Re: Error [-5.412.0]

08-13-2012 08:30 AM in reply to: systemcare

-5 means that the client cannot find that license on the NLM server.  That typically means one of a few things are happening:  A) The installed application is somehow different than the other PCs and doesn't match the suite installed elsewhere and on the NLM server.  2) The client is pointed to another NLM service that is running elsewhere on the network.  D) The license manager is out of licenses and the cascade cannot move to another suite. 

 

Check the debug.log file to make sure that the client is making a connection and getting denied.  You should verify the LICPATH.LIC on the client and/or make an ADSKFLEX_LICENSE_FILE system environment variable entry on the client as well. Make sure the status enquriy shows licenses are available and that the client has the correct software (and version release) installed.

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