commuter license question
OK, I have a license server with about 60 licenses.
I wish to "assign" a couple of them as "Commuter Licenses"
I found this thread: http://www.sqaforums.com/newreply.php?Ca...part=1&vc=1
That discusses a Video... Can't find this (May be out of date)
However, from this thread, and a couple other sites, I THOUGHT I figured out what I needed to do.
I confirmed in WLM Admin that I was allowed (Allow Commuter License: Yes )
Then from WRCommuter, I got my "lock code"
Then I ran WCommute, and all looked peachy, till I clicked the checkout button...
Sentinel LM: Error: No license code is available for feature FT-Unified, 1.0 on host XXXXXXXXXXXX.XXXXXX.com
now what? [img]/images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img]
Re: commuter license question
Not sure if this applies to your situation but have you seen HP's KB articleKM961866:
When ever end-user is trying to check out a commuter license via Remote Desktop (RDP) or Terminal Services on Windows Server Operating Systems, such as Windows 2000, Windows 2003 or Windows 2008, the following error is obtained:
Sentinel LM: Error: Unable to issue a commuter license to client
Commuter licenses are concurrent ones converted/transformed onto time-limited Seat licenses without a locking code restriction. As it may be known by now, Seat licenses are not supported for Terminal Services implementation. For more information about Terminal Services and required type of licenses, see Document ID KM184626 - What type of license needs to be used when working in a Terminal Server environment, and Document ID KM199188 - Unable to launch QTP using Windows Remote Desktop when using a seat license
To use commuter licenses on a machine with Windows Server operating systems, the only possible workaround is to utilize a true true remote viewing application such as pcAnywhere or VNC.