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  1. #1
    Sebastian Cerazy NNTP User

    E0196 Invalid license file

    Moved my server NW 6 SP3 to a new hardware with Mig Wizard to NW 6.5 SP4
    It is the server that has AS 9.01 on it

    No replica ever was on this server.
    After move AS decided that it does not have a queue

    Used the painful utilities to re-create the queue.
    AS happy now.

    But then it states that the license file is invalid.

    So to make new file I re-run the install from original CD to a different
    location & tried to run it from there
    The new installation ALSO states that the license file is invalid (the setup
    just created it!?!?)

    Anybody any ideas?

    Thanks

    Seb



  2. #2
    Sebastian Cerazy NNTP User

    Re: E0196 Invalid license file

    After yet another round of deleting & re-creating the NDS objects,

    as per this

    http://supportconnect.ca.com/sc/kb/t...reen=kbresults

    it decided that it can work

    Seb



    "Sebastian Cerazy" <sebastian.cerazy@(no_spam)spgs.org> wrote in message
    news:2%yVe.4430$h61.3351@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
    > Moved my server NW 6 SP3 to a new hardware with Mig Wizard to NW 6.5 SP4
    > It is the server that has AS 9.01 on it
    >
    > No replica ever was on this server.
    > After move AS decided that it does not have a queue
    >
    > Used the painful utilities to re-create the queue.
    > AS happy now.
    >
    > But then it states that the license file is invalid.
    >
    > So to make new file I re-run the install from original CD to a different
    > location & tried to run it from there
    > The new installation ALSO states that the license file is invalid (the

    setup
    > just created it!?!?)
    >
    > Anybody any ideas?
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    > Seb
    >
    >




  3. #3
    Paul Edson NNTP User

    Re: E0196 Invalid license file

    Did you get this to work?

    >>> Sebastian Cerazy<sebastian.cerazy@ no_spam spgs.org> 9/13/2005 6:11 AM >>>


    After yet another round of deleting & re-creating the NDS objects,

    as per this

    http://supportconnect.ca.com/sc/kb/t...reen=kbresults

    it decided that it can work

    Seb



    "Sebastian Cerazy" <sebastian.cerazy@(no_spam)spgs.org> wrote in message
    news:2%yVe.4430$h61.3351@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
    > Moved my server NW 6 SP3 to a new hardware with Mig Wizard to NW 6.5 SP4
    > It is the server that has AS 9.01 on it
    >
    > No replica ever was on this server.
    > After move AS decided that it does not have a queue
    >
    > Used the painful utilities to re-create the queue.
    > AS happy now.
    >
    > But then it states that the license file is invalid.
    >
    > So to make new file I re-run the install from original CD to a different
    > location & tried to run it from there
    > The new installation ALSO states that the license file is invalid (the

    setup
    > just created it!?!?)
    >
    > Anybody any ideas?
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    > Seb
    >
    >



  4. #4
    Sebastian Cerazy NNTP User

    Re: E0196 Invalid license file

    Yes, this is why I posted the follow up

    Seb

    "Paul Edson" <PEDSON@rbf.com> wrote in message
    news:_AIYe.6076$Oi6.1037@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
    Did you get this to work?

    >>> Sebastian Cerazy<sebastian.cerazy@ no_spam spgs.org> 9/13/2005 6:11 AM
    >>>


    After yet another round of deleting & re-creating the NDS objects,

    as per this

    http://supportconnect.ca.com/sc/kb/t...reen=kbresults

    it decided that it can work

    Seb



    "Sebastian Cerazy" <sebastian.cerazy@(no_spam)spgs.org> wrote in message
    news:2%yVe.4430$h61.3351@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
    > Moved my server NW 6 SP3 to a new hardware with Mig Wizard to NW 6.5 SP4
    > It is the server that has AS 9.01 on it
    >
    > No replica ever was on this server.
    > After move AS decided that it does not have a queue
    >
    > Used the painful utilities to re-create the queue.
    > AS happy now.
    >
    > But then it states that the license file is invalid.
    >
    > So to make new file I re-run the install from original CD to a different
    > location & tried to run it from there
    > The new installation ALSO states that the license file is invalid (the

    setup
    > just created it!?!?)
    >
    > Anybody any ideas?
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    > Seb
    >
    >




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