Ring utility use


If you wish to leave comments or ask questions, please log on or sign up.

All questions related to 1C:Enterprise licenses

#1
People who like this:0Yes/0No
Interested
Rating: 30
Joined: Oct 27, 2011
Company: Abaco Soluciones S.A.

Could I copy the license file to the computer with ring utility installed and call it to get info about the license? Will it affect in some way the licensing? I am a little worried because the same time this license file would be on 2 different machines.
Why would not I call ring utility on the licensed machined in the first place? Because I need to install ring, java, cryptoprovider etc.. and I do not want to install nothing extra on the client computer

 
#2
People who like this:0Yes/0No
Administrator
Rating: 10
Joined: Nov 3, 2011
Company: 1C Company

Alexey,

each license is tied to key hardware parameters. So, to be able to use a license, you have to keep the license file on the computer where you acquired it.

If you only need the license file to view the registration number and PIN, it is okay to copy it to another computer that has ring installed.

 
#3
People who like this:0Yes/0No
Interested
Rating: 30
Joined: Oct 27, 2011
Company: Abaco Soluciones S.A.

Quote
If you only need the license file to view the registration number and PIN, it is okay to copy it to another computer that has ring installed.
Could it affect license assignment by any way? For example, ring connects lic service to indicate that the license XXX were installed (located) on computer YYY?

 
#4
People who like this:0Yes/0No
Administrator
Rating: 10
Joined: Nov 3, 2011
Company: 1C Company

Alexey,

Being a command-line utility, ring cannot be started automatically (it cannot run as a Windows service). However, you can use command-line options to check whether a license file matches the key computer parameters, or acquire a license from the licensing server.

 
Subscribe