thanks for your feedback, I've registered a change request.
As for "configuration is not base" log message, you can ignore it. It refers to "The base version of "1C:Enterprise 8" (it is a license type described in 1C:Enterprise license agreement). It states that your license has a different type, which is totally okay, so it is not an error.
You can use the following workaround with external drives: before activating a license, remove them all. If you add a network drive after activating a license, you do not have to enter a new PIN. However, if you activate a license and then remove a network drive, you will need a new PIN.
It is not an easy task to remove every device, almost always we connect to our client computer through remote support system. For me it just does not make sense that external device is considered as part of computer UUID. It is like link to keyboard ID for licensing.
Also i would highly suggest to not block system immediately but rather present some message about changed parameters with 5 days delay time to block. It is not always license owner present when license get lost, it is not always 1c licensing service on-line, so it could take some days to reestablish the license.
Believe me, our clients are so annoyed by this behavior. And 1c:ent is the only program which is so sensitive to computer params changes.
Yulia, to be able to provide the log it is vital that you can copy/paste it. I have not check on purple the last version of the platform, but in many versions you can not just copy the log message. By copying you are getting copied single line, which makes providing this information quite difficult. If the problem will occur to any of my clients in the near future I will definitely help you with this info.
I would like to question one more aspect of licensing. I know that it is possible to use virtual machine as part of the server cluster which will act as a licensing VM. But my experience showed that if this VM is moved to another physical server, the license get lost. I think that is because of different processor IDs. Also if the server have more than one processor hypervisor could assign different vCPUs and the license is lost too. How should I configure VM? Or is there any way to create VM to not loose the license? I know that I can use physical server just for licensing, but what if this server dies? It is not reasonable to by a super redundant server just to keep licences there. Thank you in advance.
Alexey, I'm afraid there is no workaround for VM licensing servers. Licenses will be lost if you move them to different physical servers. This is why we recommend that you use a physical licensing server.
to create a fault-tolerant licensing server, you need not only a second physical computer, but also a second set of software licenses. It is a viable option but it does not seem to be the best solution.
We think that the chance of physical computer failure is much lower than the chance of changing key VM parameters. In the event of physical computer failure, your application is unavailable for the period needed to acquire all software licenses on the virtual cluster manager where the session data service is assigned. If you do not use a physical licensing server and the key parameters of your VM change, you will experience the same downtime.
Once you get a license on a virtual server, you can restore the system state, which includes replacing the physical computer, getting extra PINs, and then interrupting user work, deleting licenses from the virtual server, and acquiring them on the physical one.
Alexey, as for the log, it can be copied easily. Perform the following steps:
1. Run Designer and wait until you are prompted to acquire a license. 2. Click Cancel. You will get the message stating that the license is not found. 3. Click Details. This opens the log. 4. In the log, press Ctrl+A to select all, then Ctrl+C to copy in to the clipboard.
Please send us the log, we need it to check which device types invalidate your license.