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CMS-XML SLM: How do I move (rehost) my existing license keys to a new server?
Simply copying the licenses from the old system, or not doing anything after a virtual machine is moved, will render the existing licenses invalid. Without valid licenses the SLM server cannot launch, and as result products trying to use this sever will throw errors like:
CMS-XML The At A Glance Series from Serena Support : Moving the Serena License Manager Server
The At A Glance Series from Serena Support : Moving the Serena License Manager Server
CMS-XML How To: Moving PVCS products (Version Manager)
Since the PVCS Version Manager version 5.3 and 6.0 products no longer have license databases one does not need to worry about license errors
CMS-XML How To: move VM 5.1 projects on Banyon Vines/DOS setup to VM 5.2on NT Server with WIN 95 WorkStations.
This is for an initial VM 5.2 install. 1. Install Version Manager WIN 95 5.2 and the Licenses on the NT Server from the PVCS Admin's WIN 95 WorkStation.
CMS-XML How To: Move Version Manager installation to a write-protected volume.
The data volume's files can be changed without signoffs as long as the user has the appropriate LAN permissions into the directory and the file. Here are the source files, configuration and initialization files, license assignments and on-line back-ups.
CMS-XML MLM: How to obtain a license when License Manager has no internet connection.
Continue following Licensing steps. When a key is generated at Step 5, you must move it to the license server machine - either by saving it to a text file that can be accessed from the network or through FTP (allowing you to do a clipboard copy on the server), or by making a hardcopy print so it can be manually entered. Enter or paste the key into the box in the Merant License Manager on the license server.
CMS-XML SLM: Certain clients sometimes/consistently cannot connect to the License Server, especially from remote locations
If only a server name is specified, clients try to connect to that server by scanning for an SLM instance in the port range 27000-27009, waiting up to 100ms for a response on each port. If no response is received within that time, the next port is probed. Should a delayed response from a previously probed port come in after the timeout has expired, that response will get ignored as the SLM client has moved on to try the next port(s).
MS-POWERPOINT Top 10 Tips & Tricks for PVCS VM Upgrades
If a new version of Serena License Manager is required, uninstall the old……..install the new. Rehost/ Move your licenses at See rehosting video for details -
MS-POWERPOINT Serena Powerpoint Template (.ppt)
View Licenses – will allow you to see all the licenses that have been created for the serial number selected Move / Licenses (Rehost) – use this option to move keys from one server to another Emergency Licenses (5-day) – generate emergency keys in the event of a disaster recovery
MS-POWERPOINT Upgrade Process At A Glance
Named Move /Rehost License Keys Concurrent
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