Installation & Licensing

Installation & Licensing

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Inventor Standard (PDSP 2012) is pulling a Inventor Pro (PDSU 2012)

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09-15-2011 07:05 AM



I have an issue with the following - Inventor Standard - Product design suite premium is pulling a Inventor Pro - Product design suite ultimate license of the server.


I know the Pro can pull a standard one like in 2011 but I never heard of it the other way around.


I can see there are 2 licenses for Ultimate and 2 licenses for Premium but the premium is pulling the ultimate license.


I have attached the product information which you get in INV and you can see what is happening.


I need help urgently please......


I have taken out some info for obvious reasons




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Re: Inventor Standard (PDSP 2012) is pulling a Inventor Pro (PDSU 2012)

09-15-2011 07:34 AM in reply to: LotzH

can you get the log from the license manager?

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Re: Inventor Standard (PDSP 2012) is pulling a Inventor Pro (PDSU 2012)

09-15-2011 08:41 PM in reply to: LotzH

If I'm not misunderstood ,you have 2 license of PrDS-Ultimate and 2 license of PrDS-Premium, and when the client start Inventor, it pull a PrDS-Ultimate license, right?


For this case, the first 2 users that start Inventor will use the PrDS-Premium, and the 3rd user to start Inventor will use PrDS-Ultimate,for all the PrDS-Premium license been in used.


I would suggest you to check if all the PrDS-Premium license has been in used in LMtools, or if the user run some Professional features,such as Pipe or Simulation in Inventor,that will result to pull a PrDS-Ultimate license.


Hope helps.

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