Manually installing the license daemons

Please follow the instructions below to start CoventorWare License Daemon from the Flexlm License Manager.

  • From the Start menu, go to Programs > Coventor > CoventorWare 2008 > License Manager.
  • In the LMTOOLS window that opens, make sure the Service/License File tab is active. Click on the radio button beside Configuration using Services.
  • Click on the Config Services tab.
  • To set up the CoventorWare license service, fill in the following fields:
  • Service Name: Type in the name for the license service: CoventorWare License Service. Then press the Enter key.
  • lmgrd.exe: Click on Browse and navigate to D:\Coventor\CoventorWare2008\licensing\NT40\lmgrd.exe.
  • License File: Click on Browse and navigate to the location of your CoventorWare license file.
  • Debug Log: Click on Browse and navigate to D:\Coventor\CoventorWare2008\licensing\log. Change the file name to CoventorWare-mcosmld.log.
  • Click on Use Services
  • The Start Server at Power-Up check box becomes active. This indicates that the server will restart automatically when your machine is rebooted.
  • Click Save Service and answer YES to the warning message.

After the files have been selected, the window should look like this:

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  • Select the Start/Stop/Reread tab.
  • Click on Start Server.
  • From the LMTOOLS window, go to File > Exit.

Please follow the instructions below to start CoventorWare Fluidics License Daemon from the Flexlm License Manager.

  • From the Start menu, go to Programs > Coventor > CoventorWare 2008 > License Manager.
  • In the LMTOOLS window that opens, make sure the Service/License File tab is active. Click on the radio button beside Configuration using Services.
  • Click on the Config Services tab.
  • To set up the CoventorWare fluidics license service, fill in the following fields:
  • Service Name: Type in the name for the license service: CoventorWare Microfluidics Solvers License Service. Then press the Enter key.
  • lmgrd.exe: Click on Browse and navigate to D:\Coventor\CoventorWare2008\licensing\NT40\lmgrd.exe.
  • License File: Click on Browse and navigate to the location of your fluidics license file
  • Debug Log: Click on Browse and navigate to D:\Coventor\CoventorWare2008\licensing\log\. Change the file name to CoventorWare-Microfluidics-Solvers-FluentLm.log
  • Click on Use Services
  • The Start Server at Power-Up check box becomes active. This indicates that the server will restart automatically when your machine is rebooted.
  • Click Save Service and answer YES to the warning message.
  • Select the Start/Stop/Reread tab.
  • Click on Start Server.
  • From the LMTOOLS window, go to File > Exit.

Please follow the instructions below to start CoventorWare Architect License Daemon from the Flexlm License Manager.

  • From the Start menu, go to Programs > Coventor > CoventorWare 2008 > License Manager.
  • In the LMTOOLS window that opens, make sure the Service/License File tab is active. Click on the radio button beside Configuration using Services.
  • Click on the Config Services tab.
  • To set up the CoventorWare Architect license service, fill in the following fields:
  • Service Name: Type in the name for the license service: CoventorWare Architect License Service. Then press the Enter key.
  • lmgrd.exe: Click on Browse and navigate to D:\Coventor\CoventorWare2008\licensing\NT40\lmgrd.exe.
  • License File: Click on Browse and navigate to the location of your Architect license file
  • Debug Log: Click on Browse and navigate to D:\Coventor\CoventorWare2008\licensing\log\. Change the file name to CoventorWare-Architect-snpslmd.log
  • Click on Use Services
  • The Start Server at Power-Up check box becomes active. This indicates that the server will restart automatically when your machine is rebooted.
  • Click Save Service and answer YES to the warning message.
  • Select the Start/Stop/Reread tab.
  • Click on Start Server.
  • From the LMTOOLS window, go to File > Exit.
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