Difference between revisions of "Error Terminal Services are not supported with local protection key"

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With Windows 7 and new hardware key security drivers, remote access of individual keys is no longer permitted. While this change is coming to us through Microsoft’s tightened security model, we believe it is consistent with the difference between OLI’s individual key and network key. From our point of view, having a remote entry on an individual key does seem like it mimics the function of a network key, so long-term we are OK with this change.  
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Users will receive this error message when installing the local protection key on a single computer and then use remote access to run the computer. This is, in effect, an attempt to create a network environment. It is OLI Systems, Inc.'s policy not to permit this activity.
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The enable terminal services (remote desktop) a network license is required.
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'''Trials or any other licenses will not function in remote desktop environments.'''
  
Users will receive this error message when installing the local protection key on a single computer and then use remote access to run the computer.  This is, in effect, an attempt to create a network environment. The hardlock drivers used by OLI prevent this from occurring. A true network license will be required.
 
  
 
[[user:jberthold | Author: Jim Berthold]]
 
[[user:jberthold | Author: Jim Berthold]]
  
 
[[Category: Error messages‏‎]][[Category: Security]]
 
[[Category: Error messages‏‎]][[Category: Security]]

Latest revision as of 22:19, 12 December 2019

Error Message received from the OLI Security Provider

You may receive an error message similar to the following:

Terminal Services are not supported with local protection key.

The error dialog may look like the following:

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Analysis:

Users will receive this error message when installing the local protection key on a single computer and then use remote access to run the computer. This is, in effect, an attempt to create a network environment. It is OLI Systems, Inc.'s policy not to permit this activity.

The enable terminal services (remote desktop) a network license is required.

Trials or any other licenses will not function in remote desktop environments.


Author: Jim Berthold