How to check license server status and license usage in Client Portal?

The Client Portal, or Customer Portal, allows users of the ASPSuite and LP360 (starting at v2018.1) products to manage and monitor their own licenses for both of those products. Users may check the status of their server, review license usage, and download a report of the license usage for the day. Server Status Have your…

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Test ports using Microsoft Port Query

Microsoft has a PortQry utility to help users test ports for successful communication: Download the PortQry GUI from Microsoft Extract PortQry to a folder on your machine, such as “C:\PortQryUI”. In that folder, run portqueryui.exe by double-clicking on it. Enter the destination address as found in your License String, ls24.rlmcloud.com or ls41.rlmcloud.com or ls60.rlmcloud.com. Select…

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How do I move my LP360 node-locked license to a new machine?

The new licensing system in LP360 v2018.1 and later allows users to move their own node-locked licenses from one machine to another. For LP360 2018.1 and later: Start LP360 on the machine where you wish to deactivate the node-locked license. Open the License Manager (File -> License Manager) Select “Deactivate Node-locked License”. Note that you…

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What is the ASPSuite License Server IP?

The ASPSuite uses licenses servers at ls24.rlmcloud.com [104.245.35.155] or ls41.rlmcloud.com [69.87.216.91] or ls60.rlmcloud.com [216.98.10.232], as specified in your license string. Communication with the license server requires port 5053 and one more client specific port as supplied with the license string to be open for outgoing communications, along with standard internet ports.

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What is the LP360 License Server IP?

LP360 uses license servers at ls24.rlmcloud.com [104.245.35.155] or ls41.rlmcloud.com [69.87.216.91] or ls60.rlmcloud.com [216.98.10.232], as specified in your license string. Communication with the license server requires port 5053 and one more client specific port as supplied with the license string to be open for outgoing communications, along with standard internet ports.

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