Cannot Connect the Client Machine to the License Server

Symptom: Receiving the following error message when attempting to connect a client machine to the license server. “Authentication Failed Unable to authenticate a license for LP360 for the following reason: Unable to connect to the LP360 License Server machine. Please check that it is on-line and reachable from this machine. LP360 will run in Viewer…

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Unable to Setup the Client for the License Server

Symptom: While trying to setup the client to connect to the License Server you receive the error message, “Unable to Setup the Client for the License Server”. Probable Resolution: The License Administrator needs to be run using the right-click and “Run as Administrator” option otherwise it doesn’t have sufficient permissions to implement the desired settings…

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Unable to Setup the Machine as a License Server

Symptom: While trying to setup the machine as a license server you receive one of the following error messages “Unable to setup the machine as a license server.” “Error in setting up the License Server (24216)” Probable Resolution: The License Administrator needs to be run using the right-click and “Run as Administrator” option, otherwise it…

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LP360 Has a Set of Four Tools Accessed Via ArcToolbox

LP360 has a set of four tools that can be accessed via ArcToolbox. Detailed instructions for adding the LP360 toolbox can be found in the LP360 Installation Guide under “Adding LP360 Tools to ArcGIS Toolbox”. A simplified set of instructions can be found here. These tools are available with LP360 for ArcGIS and require an LP360…

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LP360: Surface Exports with Large Void Areas

KBA-01009-G8L3T4 Purpose & Scope Modify LP360 Settings to Avoid Large Surface Voids Procedure Surface exports with large void areas such as lakes or other water bodies may require changes to the default export settings. LP360 makes inspections of the neighborhood adjacent to small processing blocks in order to correctly identify the right set of points…

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Breaklines, Part 1 – An Introduction

One of the more powerful capabilities within LP360 is breakline capture and enforcement. In fact, many LIDAR production shops use LP360 as their tool of choice for supplementing point cloud data (derived from LIDAR or correlated imagery) with breaklines. But what are breaklines and how should they be used? Over the next several issues of…

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How Hillshade works in LP360

Hillshading is a way to determine the hypothetical illumination of a surface based on a given light source position in the sky. Positions on the terrain that are most exposed to the light source have high illumination or brightness values, whereas terrain positions that are hidden or protected from the light source have low to…

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