SolidNetwork; license borrowing

Hi,
the default time for borrowing is 10 days...how can I increase this time?
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Markku Lehtola
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SW recently increased it to 30 days. You have to go back to the customer portal and Download a new License file. Other then that you cannot increase the time. That is written inside the files and tempering with that file will cause it to no longer work.
Regards, Scott
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Scott
This is from 2006 SNL admin guide:
"The license is lent for a specified period of time, up to 10 days, (or as defined by your system administrator)"
confused little bit here...
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Markku Lehtola
Should be same for SW06, but I was talking about SW05. If you open up the file (License file) you should see at the end of each line BORROW = 720 - That number at the end indicates the time in hours you can borrow the License from the Pool.
I know SW has not updated their DB to allow users to get new Reg codes or license files yet. So that maybe why you only have a 10 day license. That may change after they update their DB.
I hope that helps, Scott
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Scott
I noticed that too, funny. They let you download 06 but they don't give you license...:-(
Reply to
Markku Lehtola
You can email SW and they will send it you. Contact your VAR and they should provide you with the address if you can't get it from them shot me one and I will send it to you.
Regards, Scott
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Scott
Noup, not available anymore here...
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Markku Lehtola
When SW went to Siebel a few years ago this kind of problem started becoming more frequent. Siebel is some kind of a database that SW uses. You will see snatches of it in emails from SW and in job postings.
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