Configure the GTX License Server System
Steps to Follow:
1. Place the daemons (lmgrd.exe, and gtxflex.exe) in the same
The GTX vendor daemon file must be copied to the
host computer from the GTX CD at CD:\Software License
2. Copy the GTXNET.LIC file to a path associated with the GTX vendor daemon.
3. Configure and start the GTX vendor's service.
Upon receiving a GTXNET.LIC file from GTX, start the LMTOOLS.EXE program on the
computer which was selected to serve as the License Server System. From the
Config Services tab overwrite any existing Service Name with an appropriate
name for the GTX service. That will open all other fields for new entries.
Following this sample image, browse to and select the paths to the LMGRD.EXE,
the GTXNET.LIC, and a log file, which must be originated. Place the check marks
for Start Server at Power Up and Use Services, at the bottom of the Config
Services window. Then press the Save Service button.
Select the Service/License File tab, with the FLEXnet service for
GTX name highlighted, set the Configuration using Services as the active
Select the Start/Stop/Reread tab, with the FLEXnet service for
GTX name highlighted, press the Start Server button. The bottom, status line,
of this window provides clues to the success or failure of the server start
The View Log control, under the Config Services tab, displays the
Log viewer. This reveals the starting or stopping status of the LMGRD license
server manager, and the GTXFLEX daemon. It will also show the GTXImage CAD
Series V14.0 program feature(s), (IPN1400, ICN1400), assigned by the GTXNET.LIC
to serve licenses on the Host Server computer.