Is it possible for FNP clients executed by Windows Task Scheduler to checkout licenses when users have logged off?

Is it possible for FNP clients executed by Windows Task Scheduler to checkout licenses when users have logged off?

Summary

This article answers questions on whether license checkouts triggered by Windows Task Scheduler work properly.

Question

When users have logged off, is it possible to run FlexEnabled applications with Windows Task Scheduler and checkout licenses?

Answer

Yes, when users have logged off, FNP clients executed by Windows Task Scheduler can checkout licenses.

Scenarios using the following licensing models are tested locally (license servers and client applications are on different hosts), and all checkouts work fine.
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- Served Node Locked (Hostid is ANY, USER, IP)
- Unserved Node Locked (Hostid is ANY, USER, IP)
- Floating Licenses
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