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  • Answer

    It is necessary to do the following steps on the server:

    1. Run a web browser of your choice.
    2. Enter http://localhost:1947 in the address bar of the browser.
    3. In Admin Control Center, select the "Diagnostics" option.
    4. Select "Generate Report" at the bottom of the screen in the diagnostic display.
    5. Save the diagnostic report or print it as a PDF.
    Note:

    To create the diagnostic report for the server, you need access to the server. The access can be made via RemoteControl or directly.
  • Answer

    To create the fingerprint, proceed as follows:

    1. Open a web browser on the server.
    2. Enter the address http://localhost:1947.
    3. Now, select the "Diagnostics" option.
    4. You can find the "Create ID File" button in the upper right corner of the display.
    5. Please send us this file.
  • Answer

    Open the Admin Control Center on the server at http: // localhost: 1947
    Switch to the Update / Attach category and select the V2C file (s) we have provided by clicking "Select File." Then, click "Add File." When the update is successful, you receive the corresponding message.
  • Answer

    Install the latest dongle drivers on the new license server.
    http://download.dlubal.com/?file=Sentinel_LDK_GUI_setup.zip

    If the new license server has the same IP address as the old server, the dongle can simply be changed over and no adjustments need to be made on the clients.

    If the IP addresses are different, the IP address must be set on the clients either via the configuration in the Admin Control Center or via the hasplm.ini.


    Note:

    The procedure described above makes sense if client and server are not in the same subnet. Clients via VPN should have access or in advance a configuration in the Admin Control Center was made.

  • Answer

    The administration interface can be accessed at http://localhost:1947. No further installation is required, as this service is available after installing the dongle driver.

    Figure 01 - Configuration Settings

    The Sentinel Keys option displays all Sentinel dongles. By clicking one of these dongles, it is possible to access the server address.
    Our licenses are displayed with the vendor number 48521. If you select the Sessions option here, you can see which license is used by whom.

    Figure 02 - Sentinel Keys and Sessions

    The license can also be withdrawn from a user in the "Actions" column.

    Figure 03 - Separating License From Specific Users

  • Answer

    If the client does not find the server in the network automatically (for example, because of various subnets or in the case of access via the VPN connection), you have to enter the server IP on the client manually.

    For this configuration, you can use Admin Control Center (ACC), which is accessible on the client under the following link: http://localhost:1947. Enter the server IP under the Configuration option in the "Acess to Remote License Managers" tab (see the figure) and confirm it by clicking [Submit].

  • Answer

    The update requires the RUS.exe file. You can download it here:
    http://www.dlubal.de/download/RUS.zip

    Step 1: Sending c2v File to Dlubal
    Run the RUS.exe file with administrator rights directly on the server (that is, not via Remote Desktop Connection).

    A dialog box appears where you click the [Collect Information] button. In the next dialog box Save Key Status As, enter the path for saving the c2v file. You can use any file name; your customer number, for example, would be an appropriate name.

    After clicking the [Save] button, the Key Status is exported, and the c2v file is saved in the specified directory. After successfully saving the file, a corresponding message appears.

    Send this file to info@dlubal.com. Based on the information you provide, we can create a file with the ending *.v2c.

    Step 2: Importing v2c Update Files
    We send you an e-mail with two v2c files, that you save on a data storage medium.

    Run the RUS.exe file on the server again. Select the Apply License Update tab in the dialog box that appears. In this dialog box, set the path to both v2c files.

    First, click the […] button to select the FormatKey_*.v2c file and [Open] it. Now, you can import the update information easily by using the [Apply Update] button.

    Then, repeat the procedure for the update_*.v2c file.

    The update process is thus completed.

    As an alternative to executing the RUS.exe file, it is possible to import the update files using the Admin Control Center (see Figure 01). You can access this page under the following link:
    http://localhost:1947/_int_/checkin.html

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