Installation & Licensing

Installation & Licensing

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*Nienberg, Mark
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License Manager question

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09-20-2000 09:26 AM
I'm setting up 'floating' licenses for AD2 with AdLM. Everything works, and
on the license server I can run the AdLM Query program to see which users
are using licenses, etc. My question is, should I be able to install and
run the query tool from a workstation on the network or do I always have to
go to the server for this information. Ideally, I would be able to run the
AdLm Control program too, to remotely free up licenses if necessary.

When I try to run AdLm Query from a workstation, if I click on "clients" I
get the message;

Server: sta
License Server host unknown

Thanks,

Mark Nienberg
Tipping Mar + associates
Berkeley, CA
*Frampton, John
Post 2 of 2

Re: License Manager question

09-27-2000 05:38 AM in reply to: *Nienberg, Mark
Try setting the Acadserver variable on the workstation to equal the location
of the ADLM. This works for me.

Later,
John.

"Mark Nienberg" wrote in message
news:62B081783A69C02C2C51A5A2D9777088@in.WebX.SaUCah8kaAW...
> I'm setting up 'floating' licenses for AD2 with AdLM. Everything works,
and
> on the license server I can run the AdLM Query program to see which users
> are using licenses, etc. My question is, should I be able to install and
> run the query tool from a workstation on the network or do I always have
to
> go to the server for this information. Ideally, I would be able to run
the
> AdLm Control program too, to remotely free up licenses if necessary.
>
> When I try to run AdLm Query from a workstation, if I click on "clients" I
> get the message;
>
> Server: sta
> License Server host unknown
>
> Thanks,
>
> Mark Nienberg
> Tipping Mar + associates
> Berkeley, CA
>
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