November 10, 2020 at 11:41 amgillj2SubscriberHi,nI downloaded LS-PrePost and LS-RUN which was located in my ANSYS Inc folder. I was wondering if I can use LS-RUN to run LS-DYNA simulations with the Ansys Academic Research License. n I get this message when I try to configure my network license to LS-RUN:nlstc_qrun.exe is needed to check license status.nMake sure lstc_qrun.exe is located innthe same directory as lsrun.exe.nlstc_qrun.exe is available from LSTC_LicenseManagernfile from your LS-DYNA distributor.nThanks,nRickyn
November 11, 2020 at 8:59 pmReno GenestAnsys EmployeeHi Ricky,If you are able to run LS-DYNA with the Ansys Product Launcher or from the command line (using the Ansys Academic Research LS-DYNA license), you should be able to run it with LS-RUN.nJust make sure you specify to use the Ansys License in LS-RUN. It looks like LS-RUN is looking for a legacy LSTC license (from the message you get). nSo, in LS-RUN, go to the License menu at the top and set License type to ANSYS. Also, make sure the Set env. is checked (this will set the appropriate environment variables):nnnnLet me know if this helps.nnReno.n
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