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WebLM server advice

WebLM server advice

WebLM server advice


We're upgrading a IPO 500 V2 to ver 11 today and moving to PLDS licensing. This is just one IPO with about dozen end points.

I am looking for advice on the WebLM server as this is the first time we'll be installing one. Is Windows 10 supported? Would it be better to go with Linux? Should I buy a new PC to install it on? It is easy to move a WebLM to a new computer?


RE: WebLM server advice

You don't need a WebLM for IP Office, you just install the licenses through Manager as usual.

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RE: WebLM server advice

I don't believe WebLM will even work for a stand alone IPO Control Unit. It must be server edition or select.

RE: WebLM server advice

So what is done with the xml sent to us by the Business Partner?

We will be working with the BP to do this upgrade. I just want to understand the process.

RE: WebLM server advice

You need to upload that xml license file to the system with Manager. Under the license heading, click add and select PLDS as the type. If you open that xml file with notepad you can view the PLDS host ID in the text and verify it matches the IP Office you're licensing.

RE: WebLM server advice

The Licensed Host is the same as the dongle number except it has 11 added to the beginning. I assume that is normal?

RE: WebLM server advice

Yes that's normal. Every PLDS host ID has 11 in front of the SD card "dongle" number. What size is the SD card you're upgrading to Rls 11 on? Also, have you checked in SSA to look at how much space is left on that SD card (because I assume it's probably a 4gb card). If it's had multiple upgrades run without being recreated, then the space left may be an issue. Good to check this stuff before you begin the upgrade procedure.

RE: WebLM server advice

Thanks for the heads up.

SD is 4GB with 2.4GB Free.

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