10-09-2008, 01:58 AM #1
How to have multiple users on a single license
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- Oct 09, 2008
I am using a software which is tied to Host ID of the system. I setup three users on the same machine & gave permission (read & write) to each user to use the application using "get info" as an administrator.
Once I did this, two of us logged in & tested, everything worked fine. We used it for 3 days & used to connect to remote machine as we had OSXServer 1.3 installed. One of our guys upgraded OSXServer from 1.3 to 1.7 after which only one user could login & use the application. If the second user tried to use the system, there would be a pop up "the license is already in use"!
I formatted the system twice, got it back to original shape with OSXServer 1.3 but still no luck! I am still getting the same message & am not able to have two user logging in.
Can anyone suggest a solution as how to overcome the above problem. I know of one solution - to buy new license (due to the price, I cannot buy)!
Please let me know if there is any additional cleanup needed. As of now I have created a mount point on which I have put my OS files so that at any point, if the need be, I can format & re-install OS on other partition.
PLEASE HELP :-(
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