Socket Licensing Service Installation

Install the StorageCraft Socket Licensing Service on Windows

Download and install the Socket Licensing Service:

  1. Go to the StorageCraft Updates page.
  2. Select the SPX Socket Licensing for windows link and download the .msi file.
  3. Run the .msi installation file.
  4. The service will start automatically after the installation is complete. The default browser will be launched if the "Launch Application" box is checked.
    The web address is http://localhost:8282 (if on the same machine where the socket licensing service is installed). 

    If connecting to the socket licensing service from another machine, use the IP address of the machine where the socket licensing service is running and default port number. For example: http://12.2.4.10:8282 (8282 is the default port).

The Socket Licensing Service login screen will be displayed in the browser. 

 

Install the StorageCraft Socket Licensing Service on Ubuntu 14.04

In a terminal window, download and install the repo: 

wget https://downloads.storagecraft.com/spx/Ubuntu14.04/storagecraft-repo-latest.deb -O storagecraft-repo-latest.deb
sudo dpkg -i storagecraft-repo-latest.deb

Install the Socket Licensing Service:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install socket-licensing-service

Start the service  

Note: You must start the service manually the first time after installation. It will start automatically after that. 

sudo start socket-licensing-service

If you need to restart: 

sudo service socket-licensing-service restart

 

Install the StorageCraft Socket Licensing Service on CentOS 7

In a terminal window download and install the repo:

wget http://downloads.storagecraft.com/spx/CentOS7/storagecraft-repo-latest.rpm -O storagecraft-repo-latest.rpm
sudo yum install storagecraft-repo-latest.rpm

Install the Socket Licensing Service:

 sudo yum install socket-licensing-service

Start the service

Note: You must start the service manually the first time after installation. It will start automatically after that

sudo systemctl start socket-licensing-service

If you need to restart: 

sudo systemctl restart socket-licensing-service

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