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IPO Server Edition Licensing Failure

IPO Server Edition Licensing Failure

IPO Server Edition Licensing Failure

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I recently had a customer complain that all 4 expansion systems off the central IPO server went into license grace mode, including the server as it couldn't get a server license from itself. At one site all 100+ phones on the largest of the 4 expansion systems said "System Unlicensed 911 Calls Only" mode but this rectified itself after a short period of time. The VM Pro application was running fine and there were no other unusual symptoms and nothing on the network had changed.
When trying to use a browser to log into the server's IP address using port 7071 we received an error and could not log in.
What we eventually discovered was that the server's hard drive was 100% full with 0% free and the culprit was OneX log files. We deleted gigs of log files and the hard drive became 80% free. We could now log into port 7071 and turned off the OneX service as it wasn't being used. We stopped and restarted the WebLM service and after a few minutes all expansion sites returned to active license mode.

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