I'm trying to install QTP on a virtual server to be accessed via remote desktop.
Here's what I'm doing - I install QTP at the physical server (W2003 Enterprise Edition) and install the necessary licences using a server admin logon. When launching QTP from the physical server using the same ID as the installation process everything is OK.
When trying to launch QTP from remote desktop connection the following message is displayerd "Invalid Licence" after trying to apply the valid licence keys (the same ones as added using the server admin logon) I still get the "Invalid Licence" message.
I've just about run out of ideas on this one so any help is appreciated [img]images/icons/confused.gif[/img] .
have you tried to log in to the client machine using Administrator role?
I believe it should be connectivity or authentication issue, you can get help from you network administrator.
I am afraid I can't help but this what I have to share.
"I realize it's an error, but no one is going to try to do that!"
From "Top 10 Stupid Comments from Developers".
Though I regularly use QTP on a remote server through RDP, it is not on a virtual server instance.
One thing I would check is that your locking code isn't changing when you connect via RDP. Locking code isn't static per installation. If any one of a number of things on your machine change, such as your machine name or your domain, the locking code will automatically change and your license will become invalid.