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Catia V5r20 Nodelock License



  • If the license is still valid, the number of days left before the license expires is indicated. Note that the target id of the computer on which you are performing the installation is displayed inside the dialog box. Pointing to the target id on Windows displays a tooltip containing the name of the network adapter used by the licensing software to generate the target id: On UNIX and Windows, in both interactive and batch modes, the nodelock key management tool now displays the three-letter code for nodelock custom configuration licenses. If this license contains add-on products, their three-letter code will be also displayed. Identifying the configuration from which the custom configuration license has been generated is now easier, because the three-letter code provides additional information, along with the serial number. If the configuration cannot be identified, the trigram displayed will be "???" like this: This can happen for example if you have a license for a configuration which has not been installed, or has been uninstalled. The File menu contains the following commands: Import

  • Add

  • Read

  • Extract

  • Restitute

  • Clear

  • Exit

3. To import your electronic license certificate (if you have one), select the File > Import command. To be able to import the certificate using this command, you do not need administrator privileges, however you need write access to the folder in the LUM environment containing the nodelock file.




catia v5r20 nodelock license



C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\IBM\LUM This procedure can be used both after installing for the first time and after installing additional products. 4. To add a license manually, select the File > Add command.To be able to add a license using this command, you do not need administrator privileges, however you need write access to the folder containing the nodelock file.


Offline Licensing The File > Extract and File > Restitute commands are used for extracting offline licenses from and returning offline licenses to a LUM server for the purpose of running Version 5 on a laptop disconnected from the network. For more information, refer to Enabling Concurrent Offline Licensing. To be able to extract and restitute offline licenses, you do not need administrator privileges, however you need write access to the folder containing the nodelock file and to the nodelock file itself.


The File > Clear command allows you to clear obsolete nodelock licenses from the nodelock file. Each time you import a nodelock license, it is added to the nodelock file. After a period of time, the nodelock file may contain a large number of licenses, some of which are obsolete. We recommend that you clear obsolete licenses from the nodelock file using this command, not by editing the nodelock file manually. To be able to clear the nodelock file using this command, you do not need administrator privileges, however you need write access to the folder containing the nodelock file and to the nodelock file itself. On UNIX 1. Log on as root. 2. Go the directory: /usr/DassaultSystemes/B20/OS/code/command


The user interface on UNIX is the same as the user interface on Windows described above. This creates a nodelock file on your computer, and stores your license by default in the nodelock file in:/var/ifor/nodelock (AIX) /opt/lum/ls/conf/nodelock (HP-UX, Solaris)


Majenta has been proactively enabling our customers to access their existing CATIA V5 licences remotely by temporarily switching to local licences (nodelock DSLS licenses) over the last couple of weeks, to enable remote software access. This free and simple service is enabling our customers to achieve business continuity during this difficult time. Below, we have created a guide for how you can extract your own CATIA V5 licence for up to 30 days, should you have any issues or if you would like us to perform this for you, please contact the Majenta helpdesk on 02476 308035 for us to assist you.


Click Next to move to the next step. 4. The CAA RADE License box appears, asking you if you want to enter a nodelock license key for the computer on which you are installing CAA RADE.


Note that the target id of the computer on which you are performing the installation is displayed after the dialog box title. 5. If you want to enter a nodelock license, click Import Certificate to access the Import Certificate box, that lets you import the license certificate (that is, if you received your license certificate by electronic mail, and provided you detached it and stored it on your disk). 6. Explore your environment containing the license certificate files (ending with the suffix ".lic"), then click Open. This creates a nodelock file on your computer, and stores your license by default in the nodelock file on all Windows platforms in: C:\ifor\LS\CONF\NODELOCK If you already installed LUM elsewhere, the nodelock file will be updated in the correct LUM environment.


If identical releases belonging to the same product line are installed, the OLE behavior is the same for both. However, if the installations involve different product lines, the OLE behavior registered for the last installation takes priority. Note also that two identical product lines installed in different locations share the same nodelocked license: no new license is needed for the second installation. 9. Click Next to move to the next step. The Choose Destination Location box appears again to let you choose the environment folder if you installed in an empty folder. Otherwise, this step is skipped. A default destination folder is already proposed: C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\DassaultSystemes\CATEnv


The left-hand part shows you the products available with CAA RADE. The right-hand part shows you the licenses available either on the licensing server or in your nodelock file cross-referenced with what you have installed.


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