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Chris1024
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HP Remote Graphics Sender asks for license on HP blade workstation

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ProLiant WS460c G6 Blade Work
Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)

Hi there,

 

on a ProLiant WS460c G6 Blade Workstation using HP Remote Graphics v7.3.3 I get the error:

 

The licensing system was unable to locate a valid license.

 

I am surprised, that this message appears, because, as noted in the documentation, HP workstations usually do not require a separate license.

 

How can I get the current license configuration? How should it look like on a HP blade workstation?

 

Thanks you in advance for your help.

 

Best regards

Chris

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KellyRGS
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Hello, the RGS sender only comes free for HP ZBooks and HP Workstations.  HPE blades/servers require a license.  However, if you are trying out RGS, you can download a trial license from our web page, and it will work on any blade/server as long as it is installed as a local license and not as a floating license.

 

 From Website: 

HP Remote Graphics Software downloads

Current version: HP RGS 7.3.3
HP RGS sender is free on HP Z Workstations and ZBooks, but requires a license on all other hardware and virtual workstations. HP RGS receiver is a free download.

Experience HP RGS before you buy with our 60-day trial license

 

Link to website, scroll down towards bottom of page, and you will see button to press for downloading trial license.  If purchasing a license after trial, you would need to contact HPE.

 

http://www8.hp.com/us/en/workstations/remote-graphics-software.html

I work on the behalf of HP.

 

I am an HP employee.
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KellyRGS
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Attaching Licensing Guide just in case.

I am an HP employee.
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