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MCasella
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Hello.

I need to install a licence server for a recently buyed One API HPC Toolkit.

The future licence server has no internet access

Form another host, with internet access,  il wish to generate the licence file for the licence server, but, in the Intel Registration Center (I am the owner of the serial number corresponding to the recently buyed product), I can't enter the hostname and hostid of the licence server. No pencil button as mentionned in the documentation  https://software.intel.com/content/www/us/en/develop/articles/change--serverhost-data-node-locked-or...)

Did I forget something ?

Thanks in advance.

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ArpanB_Intel
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Michel, Concurrent User licenses do not require license managers.

 

Please find the differences between the licensing models below>

 

  • We do not have the feature of floating licenses for the new transitioned product Intel® oneAPI
  • The floating license feature has been replaced with Concurrent licenses
  • You do not need a license manager for running Intel® oneAPI
  • You do not need a flexLM license for running Intel® oneAPI
  • Floating licenses of 2 or 5 seats will transition to Concurrent licenses of 2 or 5 users
  • One can associate up to 10 registered users with a 2 user license, 25 registered users with a 5 user license
  • If you still want to install the legacy Intel® Parallel Studio XE in a legacy floating license setup with a license manager, you can do it use the older license files if you have them downloaded.
  • You can also still use the legacy Intel® Parallel Studio XE, using the new oneAPI license. However, you would not need a license manager in this setup

 

Please let us know if this answers your query. Have a nice day!


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ArpanB_Intel
Moderator
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Michel, Concurrent User licenses do not require license managers.

 

Please find the differences between the licensing models below>

 

  • We do not have the feature of floating licenses for the new transitioned product Intel® oneAPI
  • The floating license feature has been replaced with Concurrent licenses
  • You do not need a license manager for running Intel® oneAPI
  • You do not need a flexLM license for running Intel® oneAPI
  • Floating licenses of 2 or 5 seats will transition to Concurrent licenses of 2 or 5 users
  • One can associate up to 10 registered users with a 2 user license, 25 registered users with a 5 user license
  • If you still want to install the legacy Intel® Parallel Studio XE in a legacy floating license setup with a license manager, you can do it use the older license files if you have them downloaded.
  • You can also still use the legacy Intel® Parallel Studio XE, using the new oneAPI license. However, you would not need a license manager in this setup

 

Please let us know if this answers your query. Have a nice day!


ArpanB_Intel
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Michel, we thank you for accepting our solution.


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