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Once you have the tool open type in the IP address of your license server, click Apply (contact your IT Administrator if you don't have the IP address), close the License ID Tool and reopen it. Once the ID Tool is reopened, you should see a list of products that you have access too. If you DO NOT see anything in the Located Licenses section of the ID Tool, please verify the server IP address with your IT Administrator. If you are still having connectivity issues after you have verified the IP address please contact ESI Solutions at solutions@eng-software.com

 


Windows 8/8.1

Click your Windows key to go to your tile screen.

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Click the ESI license ID to launch the tool.

 


Windows 10

Click your Windows key to go to your tile/apps browsing screen.

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Click the ESI license ID to launch the tool.

 


Then follow the steps for adding the IP in the Windows 7 section.

 


For all versions of Windows:

You can also access the tool by going to the help then about in PIPE-FLO and clicking the license tool button/link.

 


Then follow the steps above for adding the IP address etc.

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On some machines you may need to apply both options.

It may take approximately 30 seconds for a license to establish with the server. If the license does not read right away, wait 30 seconds and try to open the program again.

 


SPECIFY THE SERVER’S IP ADDRESS USING LOCALHOST GLOBALLY

  1. Log in to the client machine
  2. Open a web browser
  3. Go to: http://localhost:1947/_int_/config.html
  4. Go to tab: Access to Remote License Managers
  5. Check the box: Aggressive Search for Remote Licenses
  6. Within the Search Parameters box, type the IP Address to the license server.
  7. Click Submit and try to start PIPE-FLO .

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SPECIFY THE SERVER IP ADDRESS IN USER SETTINGS LOCALLY ONLY

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If your IP address does not work, you can use a CDIR value after your IP address. Contact your local administrator for that value. For example, on a Class A subnet you can use /24