(Won't let me reply to the thread i started???)

Thanks for your help, and yes i am in 6.5


I had to create the NLS_LSP object, as it was missing. I reloaded the
license file objects as well. I verified that they were not assigned to
any server in nwadmin.

" PUTS " is the server.

The three objects:

Novell+Netware 6 Server+650
Novell+Netware 6 User+650
NLS_LSP_PUTS

I am still getting the red for licensing in Health Monitor, and in
iManager it still reports Server license not acquired. and i still
haven't had to use the .nfk file on the license disk....

-Geoff Wilson
Andrew C Taubman wrote:
> I'll guess you have 6.5: You should have an NLS_LSP object for each 6.5
> server, in its container. A 6.5 server license object should be in the
> same container as the server object(s), or above that in the tree, and
> not assigned to any server. If non-MLA, a 6.5 user (conn) license needs
> to be in the same container as the user objects, or above that in the
> tree, and not assigned to any server. Make sure the two license types
> are successfully being consumed.
>
> If there is no NLS_LSP object, create one with setupnls on the console.
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