Use this procedure after one or more token pools have been created on your network. To create a token pool, see Creating Token Pools.

1.Start the MxSuite application you wish to use: MxVDev, MxTransIt, or MxVDiff.

2.If the application is not already set up to use a token pool, the MxV License Manager opens automatically. Otherwise, select Help->License from the main menu.

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The Server column shows servers with Token Pools that your application is currently set up to access.

Note: The first time you run an MxSuite application, no servers are listed. Proceed to the next steps to add your server.

3.If there is no server listed in the Server column, click Add to add a new server. Click Edit if you need to change a server.

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4.Choose one of the following:

If you are using fixed tokens or the Token Host is the computer that you are working at, enter localhost.

Otherwise, enter the Computer Name of the Token Host.  If the Token Host is on the same domain as the client then just enter its name.  If it is on another domain then enter the fully qualified name in the form ComputerName.DomainName.company.com
 
This information should be provided by the person who created the token pool.

5.The default Port is 1234. If you need to change this, you should be informed by the person or group that installed the Token Host. See Changing the Port on the Token Host.

6.Click OK.

7.Click the Refresh Connection button.

8.Click OK.

Repeat this procedure the first time you use each MxSuite application.

Using Multiple Token Pools

You can also use floating tokens from token pools on other servers. Click the Add button and enter the name of a server. Use the Up and Dn buttons to arrange the priority of the servers. Each client takes tokens from the first server in the list that has tokens available. To remove a server, use the Remove button. After you update server information, click the Refresh Connections button.

Related Topics:

How Licenses Work

Creating Token Pools