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how do I connect Test Execute to the License Manager that I moved?

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kevin_kapell
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how do I connect Test Execute to the License Manager that I moved?

We had to decommission the server that was running our License Manager and move the manager to another server. How do I change the server that TestExecute looks for?

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baxatob
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Re: how do I connect Test Execute to the License Manager that I moved?

If you have not deactivated licenses before moving the License Manager to another server, you should contact to SmartBear Support.

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tristaanogre
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Re: how do I connect Test Execute to the License Manager that I moved?

On the TestExecute box, open a browser to http://localhost:1947

 

Click on the "Configuration" option on the left side... then select the "Access to Remote License Managers" tab. There should be an option there for Remote License Search Parameters.  That's where you change the server location information.


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baxatob
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Re: how do I connect Test Execute to the License Manager that I moved?

If you have not deactivated licenses before moving the License Manager to another server, you should contact to SmartBear Support.

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kevin_kapell
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Re: how do I connect Test Execute to the License Manager that I moved?

Looked in my account and see that the license is still activated on the decommissioned server. My IT guy said this was all set but I guess not. SIGH!!!!

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