I have installed LMS on the remote site, using the evaluation license. After the installation was complete, I've got my license file from cisco.com. After using this license I've received a message " You have added an upgrade license. But the Proof of Purchase is not validated for upgrade license. Please run the utility validateupgrade from C:\PROGRA~1\CSCOpx\bin to validate the upgrade. ". The Status column of license information page said "Purhased" and the Expiration Date was "Never". It seems to be clear, but i have two questions.
1. Validateupgrade requires the installation CD in the CDROM. But installation took place on a hardly accessible remote site. Is there any other way to validate the license?
2. I've never met the requirement to validate the license before. Why could it appear for this installation?
Thank you for the advice. Sadly it does't work neither for validateupgrade nor for dfmvalidateupgrade. In both cases i choose validation by the cd, enter path to the disk made by subst command (disk contains full copy of CD), but in response i get "Upgrade validation failed", without any detail.Maybe I've missed any details?
No, I'm afraid not. The bug description states that the bug is fixed with the December 2005 Updates package. I have it installed. Also this bug affects the DFM 1.2 CD-ROM validation and I've got a newer version.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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