An MxSuite license provides a number of tokens. To use the license, the tokens must be stored in a token pool. (For more information, see How Licenses Work.)
Use these steps to establish new token pool:
1.Select the computer to host the token pool. This is called the Token Host or License Server.
2.Create the Token Pool on the selected sever.
If you are using MxServe 1.0, see Avoiding Issues with Anti-virus Software.
After a Token Pool is established, use the procedure in Referencing Token Pools to run MxSuite programs.
To deposit tokens in a Token Pool, you need to use the computer that hosts the tokens (you cannot remote into the computer). Here are the steps:
1.Choose the type of license you are using:
By default, the connection port Id is 1234. See the section on Changing the Port on the Token Host if needed.
3.Click the Refresh button if necessary. The Status column should indicate a successful connection.
4.Select the License Update tab.
5.Click the Generate button, and send the generated Site Code to firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: Site codes expire 14 days after they are generated.
6.When you receive the Token Key from Danlaw, paste it into the appropriate field and click Validate. The Token Pool is updated with the credited tokens.
8.If others have a problem seeing the license server on the network, you will need to create a firewall rule to allow MxServe.exe through the firewall. An alternative is to open the port that MxServe is listening on (default 1234). You may double-check the port by opening MxServe.exe.config in Notepad.
•If the new license replaces a previous license , it may be necessary to use the kill the old license before receiving the new License Key. This must be done on the system that hosts the Token Pool.
•If there are problems with the license system, MxSuite support may instruct you to use the Clean button. This will require a new License Key from Danlaw.
Fixed license: If you are using a fixed license, you can now use the MxSuite.
Floating license: The Token Pool is now ready for use. Notify other users, if any, and proceed to Referencing Token Pools.