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I am unable to configure CCSv5 to use license server (floating 3 users). I followed the instructions for setting up your license server here: http://tiexpressdsp.com/index.php/License_Server_Administration_for_CCS
At step (4) I am supposed to do the following:
In the step Start the Server check the box Start server now. A browser window will open with the main license manager GUI. Leave it open for now.
When I do the above, a web browser opens up trying to connect to http://localhose:8080/ and the webpage displays the message "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage."
I do not get a browser window with the main license manager GUI.
Hence, I am unsble to configure the license server.
Could you please help?
Thanks a lot!
we have seen an issue with some IE versions. Could you try in a different browser or version if IE? Also make sure you have java installed.
Please keep us informed.
In reply to Lisa TI:
I have installed Java.
I tried with Mozilla with no success.
The system (Windows Server 2003) has IE7.
I will try with IE8, and get back.
We found out that the the service lmadmin.exe is not running. We manually started the service from the DOS command window by entering the command:
lmadmin -installation lmadmin.
We observed it running in SERVICES.
After the above, we could connect to http://localhost:8080/ and configure the CCS license server.
In reply to Mushtaq Syed:
great, glad to hear the issue got resolved.
All the best with CCS and thanks for the update.
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