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CMS-XML No licenses are read by the License Manager ; hostid is ffffffff
No licenses are read by the License Manager ; hostid is ffffffff
CMS-XML SLM: Error 2 the system cannot find the specified file / License manager service fails to start
SLM : Error 2 the system cannot find the specified file / License manager service fails to start
CMS-XML SLM: How to determine your version of Serena License Manager
How do I determine my version of the SLM License Manager ?
CMS-XML After upgrade to Serena License Manager 2.2 licenses show count of 0
Verify that the license keys are valid for the Host ID: The Host ID shows at the bottom of the License Manager program. Compare this to the Host ID in the SERVER line given at the top of the Serena.lic file. These should match the Host ID used to rehost the licenses, if a rehost was done.
CMS-XML How to enable SLM client logging?
Create the Key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Serena\ License Manager In that Key, create a String Value with name MLCLIENT_LOGFILE and data value set to the Fully Qualified Path of a file that should receive the logging output.
CMS-XML The Software Licenses and Download site (SLD) asks for an SLM License Server HOSTID value. What should be put there? How should the generated key be applied?
Older SLM releases show the HOST at the bottom of its GUI: For SLM 2.2.0 on Windows, launch the SLM GUI via Start > All Programs > Serena > License Manager 2.2.0 > License Manager , using right-click > Run as administrator. On AIX, Linux and Solaris, launch the SLM GUI by running ./serenalm
CMS-XML SLM: How to access the Serena License Manager through a firewall / What TCP ports are used by the Serena License Manager?
This can be done by changing the license file. This file is located in the License Manager installation directory on the server, and can be changed with a text editor. The default locations are:
CMS-XML SLM: How to consolidate multiple license keys for one Host ID into a single license file
Locate the ConsolidatedLicenseFile.lic and copy it to the Serena License Manager installation directory. The default location on a Windows-based system is “C:\Program Files\Serena\ License Manager ” or may be C:\Program Files (x86)\Serena\ License Manager if the OS is a 64-bit system. For a UNIX/Linux system, look first for /usr/serena/license_manager. When installed, someone may have
CMS-XML SLM: Licensing from A to Z
SLM : Licensing from A to Z
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