LMS 2.51 with no license. Now applying license file
I purchased CiscoWorks LMS 2.5 and upgraded to 2.51. I now have the license file and trying to apply it. The license file is not accepted as valid. I tried installing the license file on the root of C: as well as into a folder with no acceptable result. All the user permissions for the file and folder are correct too. What is the problem? LMS is running on a Windows Server. There were no issues with the install - at all.
Re: LMS 2.51 with no license. Now applying license file
The LMS 2.5 was a new install. I then updated with the consolidated patch up to 2.51. I was trying to apply the license file and seemed like it was getting rejected. Here is the copy from the screen:
Showing 4 records
Name Version Size Status Expiration Date
1. CM 4.0 300 Purchased Never
2. DFM 2.0 300 Purchased Never
3. IPM 2.6 300 Purchased Never
4. RME 4.0 300 Purchased Never
However, if I go into Campus Manager (CM), Device Fault Manager (DFM), Resource Manager Essentials (RME), or Internet Performance Monitor (IPM), it either come up with the eval license reminder or I am not able to access that feature and contact the administrator.
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