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MediaSense licensing query

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Hi all

I have just finished a MediaSense v9.1 installation as a VM.I am using CUCM based BiB recordings (no UCCX involved) and  everything is working well at the moment including the communication of MediaSense with a custom application and a database which manages the recordings. However my question is about MCP licensing. I have read in the administration guide that MediaSense licensing is trust-based but in the white papers it mentions that there should be a license per concurrent recording session. When I purchased the software (MCP-SVR-SW), I purchased a license for 10 concurrent recording sessions (MCP-BASE-LIC, MCP-CORE-AUD-LIC). I cannot find where should I "install" those licenses.Do I have to do it in the MediaSense server administration or in the CUCM???

 

Thank you in advance

 

 

Correct Answer by jhindmarsh about 3 years 3 months ago

There is no installable license.  It is a paper Right to Use license.  I just went through all the docs and ordering guides myself looking for that answer.  Not very clear to the end user...

 

Thanks

Jesse

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jhindmarsh Fri, 05/09/2014 - 12:35
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There is no installable license.  It is a paper Right to Use license.  I just went through all the docs and ordering guides myself looking for that answer.  Not very clear to the end user...

 

Thanks

Jesse

Mohamed Amine Jaafar Tue, 03/03/2015 - 09:27
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In the Installation Guide of MediaSense 10.5 it states (page 20) :

« The primary licensing and feature activation method for MediaSense is trust-based licensing, therefore you do not need to install any MediaSense licenses ».

 

So you don't need any license to apply to the MediaSense server(s).

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