Campus and Classroom license

The CASPOC License Manager is designed to work on all types of Microsoft windows operating systems, starting from windows 2000.

The communication process is based on the file transfer protocol. The only requirement is that both the Client and Server software have read and write rights to a shared directory on the network.

For details on installing and maintenance please read the installation manual. For understanding the principle and trouble shooting, please refer to the manual.

Installing the License Manager involves basically two steps, the license manager and the client programs. Below the procedure for the configuration of a softlocked license manager is given. The two main steps are:

  1. Install the caspoclm in the new folder and make all settings for the new paths and check the rights for accessing these paths.
  2. Install the caspoc20XX for he students and check if they can access the new path.
Please remember that (1) the license.xml file is locked to the harddrive it was created for and (2), the shared folder should have write/read access for all client computers.

Softlock installation of license

If the license for the CaspocLM.exe program is a softlock, the registration.xml file has to be generated. First install the CaspocLM.exe program and select File/Registration/Step 1:Send Registration

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Fill in your data and select the [Email Registration] button

<br>Click to close the image If your email program pops up, you can directly send the info to, otherwise add the file registration.xml to your email and send it to <br>Click to close the image You will receive a License.xml file that has to be placed in the same folder where the registration.xml file was created and where CaspocLM.exe is. Restart CaspocLM.exe and proceed with the configuration.

Configuration of CaspocLM.exe

Make the new folder on the pc where you want to have the CaspocLM.exe and copy the CaspocLM.exe to this path. The license.xml file is locked to the harddrive where it was originally created for

It should remain on that computer. If you want to move it to another computer, a new license is required.

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After starting the CaspocLM.exe, first tell the program where it can find its license file by selecting form the menu File/Read License.xml file]

Select the folder where license.xml is and select the [OK] button. <br>Click to close the image

You have to restart CaspocLM.exe before the license becomes active <br>Click to close the image

After a restart of CaspocLM, you will see that the license is active: <br>Click to close the image

If no active license is displayed, the license.xml and harddrive do not match and a new license file is required: <br>Click to close the image

Please note that you have to select the folder where the license.xml file will be placed as the folder where you have to make the registration for. The folder where CaspocLM.exe and the folder where the license.xml files can be different. See for further instructions:

If the license is showing in the CaspocLM.exe program, you can continue by specifying the shared fiolder

Secondly you specify the shared folder <br>Click to close the image

Search the shared folder and select the [OK] button. <br>Click to close the image

You can see all activities if you open the license.html file in your internet browser <br>Click to close the image

Access to the shared folder

The next step is installing the clients. Important is that these clients have access to the shared folder and that the shared folder is allowed to have the number of open connections to the client computers. An easy way of testing this is by using notepad.exe or any other simple program that you can use to quickly save and open a file in the shared folder.

From the clients computer, create a file and save it in the shared folder. From another computer you should be able to open that file and make changes in it and save it. If this is not working, you have to contact the system administrator to open the shared folder and to give it read and write permissions to all the clients.

Auto-Starting CaspocLM.exe from a script

You can auto-start CaspocLM.exe as a service from a script, for example when the server is started and the script has to start all server programs automatically. It is however important that the program CaspocLM.exe still has access to the file PathLicenseFile.xml, which he assumes he can find inside his own folder.

If CaspocLM.exe is started as a service from a script, the program should be able to find the file PathLicenseFile.xml in his own folder. Depending on the script, the program CaspocLM.exe can be started from another folder, leaving CaspocLM.exe to think he started in that folder. CaspocLM.exe will be unable to find the file PathLicenseFile.xml in his folder, simply becuase it is not there.

To get around this problem, make sure that the active folder is set to the folder where the file PathLicenseFile.xml is located. If CaspocLM.exe is started as a service he will then be able to find the file PathLicenseFile.xml and will read the license.xml file and is able to process the incoming license requests.

Inside the file PathLicenseFile.xml the folders for his own license.xml file and the shared folder. For example when the license.xml file is on the dongle on drive E: and the shared folder is on a shared folder:

			<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1" ?>

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