How do you set TCP_NODELAY when Starting the FLEXlm License Server as a Service at Power Up With LMTOOLS?

How do you set TCP_NODELAY when Starting the FLEXlm License Server as a Service at Power Up With LMTOOLS?

Summary

This article will explain how to set TCP_NODELAY when starting the Flex license server as a service at power up, using lmtools on a Windows 7 platform.

Synopsis

This article will explain how to set TCP_NODELAY when starting the Flex license server as a service at power up, using lmtools on a Windows 7 platform.

Discussion

The TCP_NODELAY environment variable is normally set in the following registry location on a Windows 7 platform when the FLEXlm license service is started by a user:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\FLEXlm License Manager
When setting the service to start at power up using lmtools, the TCP_NODELAY environment variable will need to be set as a system variable.
For example:
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