November 1, 2018 at 4:04 pmF. Semih YSubscriber
I installed Ansys 19 but selected the wrong amount of license machines. Instead of pressing 1-server I selected 3-server (it was selected on default). After installation the software would not start because of a licensing issue.
I installed the license manager but could not figure out how to change this mistake. So instead I uninstalled. When reinstalling now, the page in the image does never show in the setup wizard. What now?
November 1, 2018 at 6:10 pmtsiriaksAnsys Employee
Hi F. Semih Y ,
That setting would write out the 'ansyslmd.ini' file under
ANSYS IncShared FilesLicensing
You can always change this without deleting this file and reinstalling products by using Client ANSLIC_ADMIN Utility v1xx (with 'run as administrator') -> Specify the License Server Machine
Don't install the ANSYS License Manager on your local machine unless you receive a license file from ANSYS Account Manager that is generated for your machine.
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