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For a '''LS''' key, you need the Network License Manager , Again you have a two step process:
 
For a '''LS''' key, you need the Network License Manager , Again you have a two step process:
  
Step 1 : '''[[Installing and Running the OLI License Manager 3.1 - Softkey Edition]]'''
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Step 1: '''[[Installing and Running the OLI License Manager 3.1 - Softkey Edition]]'''
  
 
Step 2: '''[[Installing the OLI Engine 9.2 in UniSim Design R440]]'''
 
Step 2: '''[[Installing the OLI Engine 9.2 in UniSim Design R440]]'''

Revision as of 18:30, 7 May 2015

A UniSim Design OLI client, can have different kinds of keys.

Please identify with the help of your vendor what kind of key you have out of the following:


  • LA key ( Network USB hardware key)
  • LS key ( Network softkey)
  • PA key ( Individual USB hardware key)
  • PS key ( Individual softkey)

USB hardware keys look like the following image:

LA key.jpg


LA and LS means that you have a network copy.

Installation procedure for a Network copy consists of two steps. First is to install a Network License Manager. The Second is Installing the OLI Engine for UniSim.

If you have an LA key , please follow the links below:

Step 1: Installing and Running the OLI License manager 3.1- USB Hardware Key edition

Step 2: Installing the OLI Engine 9.2 in UniSim Design R440


For a LS key, you need the Network License Manager , Again you have a two step process:

Step 1: Installing and Running the OLI License Manager 3.1 - Softkey Edition

Step 2: Installing the OLI Engine 9.2 in UniSim Design R440


If you have a PA key, you have a one step process:

Installing the OLI Engine 9.2 in UniSim Design R440

For a PS key, follow the link below for install:

Installing and Running OLI Engine for UniSim Design - Softkey Edition