You use the License Manager dialog box to examine details about your licenses, enter new licenses, and remove licenses. For a selected license, the dialog box displays the version of the relevant application that the license applies to, the license's serial reference, the license's expiration date, and the number of days remaining on the license before it expires. You can enter license codes manually, drag-and-drop a license file, or add a license file from a disk.
You access the License Manager dialog box from the License Manager object in the details pane. You access the License Manager object by double-clicking the RMS Configuration container in the console tree.
Like other configuration data, the license data is saved on the currently selected Information Server. Licenses that are stored on one Information Server cannot be accessed by another Information Server. However, you can use the Information Server Migration Wizard to migrate licenses from one Information Server to another.
License Properties group
This group of controls displays information related to the license pool that is selected in the license pool list.
This field contains the date that the selected license was stored on the Information Server.
This field contains the date that the selected license expires, if applicable.
This field contains the number of days that are left before the selected license expires, if applicable.
This tree contains all products with valid licenses currently stored on the Information Server. Product names automatically appear when the associated license is added. Product names are automatically removed when the associated license expires.
The license list displays all available licenses for the selected product in the license tree.
This column displays the serial number of the associated license.
This field contains the version of the selected license.
This column contains the number of licenses in the license pool.
This column contains the number of available licenses in the license pool.
This button adds the license, whose serial number is entered in the Add field, to the license pool list. It also causes the license to be stored on the currently selected Information Server.
You use the Add field to manually enter a license code. The associated license is added to the license pool list when you click the Add button. If the license is not valid, an error message appears.
This button removes the selected license or licenses from the License list. It also removes the license from the Information Server. If multiple licenses are selected, all selected licenses are removed.
This button opens the Select License File dialog box. The Select License File dialog box is a standard file browser for selecting the file containing the license.
License options items
bv-Control for Windows requires the following types of licenses:
Note: Separate Workstation licenses do not exist on the control side. Compliance Manager license contains the licenses for Workstations. For example, Beta license - Symantec Control Compliance Suite 8.5 for Windows Managed User, 90 day Evaluation_6207907 includes the workstation license.
When you initiate a query, the Query Engine attempts to gather information from all servers and workstations. If you want to collect information from workstations only, and you do not have any or all of your servers and workstations licensed, the RMS Console returns an error message stating that are not enough licenses to provide complete data. To avoid this error, bv-Control for Windows lets you choose to skip workstations or servers when running queries.
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