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Dear all,

 

I want to disconnect the hyperworks softwares from the license file if my system is idle for more than one hour. So the license can be used from some other system.

I dont want to close softwares like hypermesh/hyperview/hypergraph. Just need to takeout the license from them, so that software will remain open, and when i get back the license i can continue my work. 

 

Is there any way to do this through scripting or by some other method?

 

 

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All,

 

I dont think it is possible and it is always good to release licenses when the tools are idle. 

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34 minutes ago, Prakash Pagadala said:

All,

 

I dont think it is possible and it is always good to release licenses when the tools are idle. 

Hi Prakash,

 

Thank you for the reply.

Please clarify on releasing the license, Is there any way to release the license without closing the tool?

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46 minutes ago, Alex.01 said:

I am interested in this question too...

 

Hi Alex,

 

Check whether this reply from tinh is helpful for you.

It will work for auto closing hm session.

But in my case I want it to work for other hyperworks tools too like hm, hyperview etc. 

 

 

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I think we can release license but at that time, hypermesh will pop up a dialog to inform you that license was loss and you have to save your work before hm closing. Once license was broken, hm will not maintain your work until it reconnects.

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Anyway I think altair can set up license server to detect which hm session is idle and permit to open more session, but it is meaningless with him!

 

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Just now, vipin said:

Yes, I think altair can do something on this, I have seen similar feature in some softwares.

I am going to create an RFE for the same.

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