The 90 day period had never been issue with NW6SP2. I've been
experiencing the same problems concerning licensing since I installed
SP5. When did the 90 day licensing rule take effect?

Todd


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Donald Albury Wrote:
> On Wed, 22 Jun 2005 17:45:02 GMT, mmireles

<mmireles.1r1h10@-BLCKSPM-no-mx.com>
> wrote:
>
> >
> >I have a total of 6 user accounts but only 4 workstation clients so

> only
> >4 users log on at a time. Are the 6 user accounts the problem

> pursuant
> >to the 90-day period...

>
> As I said before, NW 6.x user licenses are assigned to a specific

user
> for 90 days after the user last logged in. No other user can

connect
> with that license until 90 days have expired or an administrator
> releases the license. You need at least as many licenses as there

are
> distinct user objects that will log into the tree within a 90 day
> period. Regularly releasing licenses so that a different user can

log
> in would be violating the conditions of your licenses. LIcensing on
> NW 6.x Small Business Suite works differently. Talk to your Novell
> reseller to see if you can convert your licenses to SBS.
>
> ---------------
> Donald Albury
> Novell Product Support Volunteer SysOp
> Sorry, no replies to e-mail responses
>
> "If something is so complicated that you can't
> explain it in 10 seconds, then it's probably not
> worth knowing anyway." Bill Waterson



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