This is in theory supposed to work after you log in against the server the first time. The CCX editor is supposed to copy the license file locally and allow for offline functionality. In practice this doesn't really work reliably or at all. You might want to search for a bug on it and open a TAC case if one doesn't exist.
Thanks for the message. I found a bug (CSCsl00627) about this problem. It should have been fixed. However, after logging in the server for the first time, I still can't run the editor in stand alone mode.
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