November 7, 2020 at 5:49 amantonyhSubscriber
So our license manager detects that this one particular machine seems to be using multiple licenses at the same time. When we went to check, machine only had one project open and running. The issue become more apparent when we close all projects on our machines and recheck the current license usage. The license manager still indicated that that particular machine is using three of our licenses when HFSS is not even running. We tried restarting the problematic desktop and this didn't decrease the current license usage.
I am attaching a screenshot of the license current usage. This is after we have restarted the problematic desktop.November 11, 2020 at 1:46 pmANSYS_MMadoreAnsys EmployeeArray If there appears to be a hung license on a client machine, and all ANSYS applications are closed, you can look for a hung ansyscl.exe process and kill that to try releasing the license. You can get a better view of the license status using Display FlexNet License Status in the License Management Center. It will show when the license was checked out, by who and on which machine.nnThanksnMattnNovember 13, 2020 at 7:42 amantonyhSubscriberArray Thanks for the reply Matt! I checked the task manager on the problematic machine and only see these ANSYS programs running (screenshot). I did not see any ansyscl.exe process running. nAs shown in the screenshot, the licenses were requested around 30 minutes apart by the same machine. I confirmed with the person using it that he was opening only a single HFSS project and there is no other HFSS project running in the backgroundViewing 2 reply threads
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