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Cannot find License Server

Hi,

First of all, we have 2 music room, 15 PC in each room, we are using License server 5.1, in client PC we have version 5.2.5, we have 35 licenses. Here is the problem: This academic year, we upgraded the client PC. in 1 PC we installed everything and we put the image in all PC. when we rename the PC and connect to the domain, once you open the Sibelius 5 its showing the error like "Could not find License Server" and when you click "OK" it will close. I know something like the error is in License Server. Sometimes its opening but only in a few PC. You cannot open in all the PC at the same time. It will gives you the error saying that duplication in the license server. I installed windows XP SP3, but still the same. Any solution for this?

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Lorhence

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  • Lorhence Oct 16, 2008

    So, you mean I have to make some changes in our T.S. server? but in our server its all working fine.

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1. TS and TS licensing server are installed in the same 2003 server. The lsview doesn’t list any TS licensing server.
2. If you open the Terminal Server Licensing, it shows “Finding servers… Connecting to \\apps\chicagotech.net. It never finds the apps server. There is not apps server in the network (They might remove this server from the network). After finishing the finding, there are two activated licensing servers listed, one is Windows 2000 server as 2000 TS licensing server and another one is Windows 2003 (also TS) as 2003 TS Licensing server.
3. The 2003 TS Licensing shows they are using Temporary License.
4. We modified the 2003 TS registry to point Licenseserver to itself (TS and TS license are the same server). That fixes the logon screen slow showing issue but not TS licensing issue.

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  • shivam raj
    shivam raj Oct 17, 2008

    if it is working fine
    then no problem
    but if the problem again then you have to change T.S. server


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