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devd408
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License file migration to New server

We are planning to migrate the License Server Manager from Old OS to new VM. 

On new server I have installed the "lmadmin" (web UI) now I need to move the *.lic files to new vm.

1) How do register my new License Server Manager VM ?  I am able to see the old vm in the below link So how do I activate my new vm ?

https://flexerasoftware.flexnetoperations.com/control/inst/viewLicenseHosts 

2) Can we directly copy the *.lic files to the new VM and change the hostname and server port ?

3) Do we need to request new .lic files again ?

4) How do we restrict  using the License server manager to few vm's ?

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jyadav
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Hi @devd408  ,

The steps would be as follows:

1. Take your existing license file , make the changes in the server line .

2. Crypt the license file using lmcrypt .

3. Copy the license file into the new VM .

4. The license server will run only on the hostname which is specified in the license file server line.

 

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@jyadav 

When you say "license file" is it Flexnet publisher license file or the InstallAnywhere <versions> license file ?

Can you direct me to right documentation link where I can migrate  FlexNet Publisher from One server to other along with  InstallAnywhere/InstallShield licenses .

Its a  linux server 

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jyadav
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@devd408  ,

By license file I am referring to the FlexNet Publisher license file .

You would have to install the lmadmin again on the new VM freshly by copying the files from one VM to another . Make the changes in the license file as suggested in the above comment . Please refer to "License Server Manager “lmadmin”" from license admin FNP documentation for the installation procedure .