Installing MF License Server 4.0 On Windows 7 / Windows Server ...

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I
NSTALLING
MF

L
ICENSE
S
ERVER
4
.0

ON
W
INDOWS
7

/

W
INDOWS
S
ERVER
2008

(R2)

USING
IIS

7


1)

Install MF License Server 4.0:

Install License Server in a different directory other than the default "Program Files" directory, as there is an
access restriction which
causes problems in the software. Consider installing License Server in C:
\
LS4

Note: If the file
-

LSP3240000110.exe


used to install the License Server is dated 2006
-
07
-
26 or after, there
is no need to install the License Server FixPack from the SupportLi
ne web site.


2)

Make sure IIS 7 is installed with the following role services, which are grouped under Application
Development:



CGI



ISAPI Extensions

Note: If
these role services

are not installed, then the "ISAPI and CGI Restrictions" icon will not be found
in
Features View of the web server Home screen in IIS Manager.


3)

Check Application Pools setting:

a.

Open IIS Manager

b.

Click on the server name (the screen displayed on the right pane is the web server Home screen)

c.

Expand the server name in the left hand pane b
y clicking on "+"

d.

Click on Application Pools in the left hand pane

e.

Make sure the DefaultAppPool in the center pane has “Managed Pipeline Mode” set to Classic. To
change this setting, double
-
click on DefaultAppPool, select Classic from the "Managed pipeline

mode"
drop
-
down list, and click on OK

f.

On a 64
-
bit environment, right
-
click on DefaultAppPool, click on Advanced Settings, and set "Enable 32
-
Bit Applications" to True

g.

After making any changes in DefaultAppPool, the default application pool must be restart
ed by right
-
clicking on DefaultAppPool and clicking on Recycle

h.

Make sure the DefaultAppPool's status indicates Started


4)

Add LS4 as a new application in Default Web Site:

a.

Expand Sites in the left hand pane, which is below Application Pools

b.

Right
-
click on
Default Web Site

c.

Click on Add Application

d.

Enter LS4 as Alias

e.

Click on Physical P
ath's browse "..." button to select C:
\
LS4
\
BIN

f.

Click OK


5)

Grant full control to
the IUSR account on
LS4 application:

a.

Expand Default Web Site in the left hand pane

b.

Right
-
click on

LS4

c.

Click on Edit Permissions

d.

Click on the Security tab

e.

Click on Edit

f.

Click on Add

g.

Make sure the machine name is specified in the “From this location” field


If not, click on Locations,
select the machine name, and click on OK

h.

Type IUSR from the "Enter t
he object names to select" field

i.

Click on Check Names (IUSR will be underlined as it has been checked)

j.

Click on OK

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k.

Click on IUSR to edit its permissions

l.

Check Allow for "Full control"

m.

Click on OK


6)

Create ISAPI and CGI Restrictions

a.

Go to web server home
screen by clicking on the server name in the left hand pane

b.

Double
-
click on "ISAPI and CGI Restrictions"

c.

Select "Restriction" from the "Group by" drop
-
down list

d.

Add a new restriction for each one of the following files
from

the License Server installation
"Bin"
directory: LS4.DLL, LSADMIN.DLL, LSCLIENT.DLL, LSADMIN.EXE and LSCLIENT.EXE

To add a restriction:

i.

Right
-
click in the center pane white space and select Add

ii.

Click on the browse "..." button to select DLL or EXE file

iii.

Check "Allow extension path to exec
ute”

iv.

Click on OK


7)

Enable the Handler Mappings for ISAPI and CGI from the web server home screen:

a.

Go to web server home screen by clicking on the server name in the left hand pane

b.

Double
-
click on Handler Mappings (note CGI
-
exe and ISAPI
-
dll

are both Disabled)

c.

Right
-
click on ISAPI
-
dll

d.

Click on Edit Feature Permissions

e.

Check "Execute"

f.

Click on OK (note CGI
-
exe and ISAPI
-
dll are now both Enabled)


8)

Check that the ISAPI and CGI mappings are enabled for the Default Web site:

a.

Click on Default Web s
ite

b.

Double
-
click on Handler Mappings

c.

See if CGI
-
exe and ISAPI
-
dll are both Enabled


9)

Check that the ISAPI and CGI mappings are enabled for the LS4 application:

a.

Click on the LS4 application underneath Default Web Site

b.

Double
-
click on the Handler Mappings ico
n

c.

See if CGI
-
exe and ISAPI
-
dll are both Enabled


10)

Restart IIS server:

a.

Go to web server home screen by clicking on the server name in the left hand pane

b.

Click on Restart, which is under Manage Server in the right hand pane


11)

Give "Full Control" permission
to
the IUSR user account on

License Server registry key:

a.

Open Registry Editor

b.

Go to "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
\
SOFTWARE
\
Micro Focus
\
License Server
\
4.0"
on

a 32
-
bit environment or
to "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
\
SOFTWARE
\
wow6432mode
\
Mic
ro Focus
\
License Server
\
4.0" on

a 64
-
bit
environment

c.

Right
-
click on the 4.0 key

d.

Click on Permissions

e.

Click on Add

f.

Make sure the machine name is specified in the “From this location” field


If not, click on Locations,
select the machine name, and click on OK

g.

Type IUSR from the "Enter th
e object names to select" field

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h.

Click on Check Names (IUSR will be underlined as it has been checked)

i.

Click on OK

j.

Click on IUSR to edit its permissions

k.

Check Allow for "Full control"

l.

Click on OK


12)

Configure License Server:

a.

Go to Start > All Programs > Micro

Focus License Server 4.0 > Configuration

b.

Uncheck "Use License Server Web Server"

c.

Enter server name in the Server Name field

d.

Enter the LS4 application name preceded by a slash character (i.e. /LS4) in the Virtual Directory field

e.

Enter 80 in the Port Numbe
r field

f.

Click on OK.

Note: This will open the License Server administration page in your default web browser. To open License
Server next time, you can either go to "Start > All Programs > Micro Focus License Server 4.0 >

License
Server" or simply open a web browser and enter
http://machine
-
name/ls4/lsadmin.dll


13)

Review License Server’s Basic Configuration:

a.

Open the License Server Administration page

b.

Click on the License S
erver Configuration button, which is second from the right

c.

Make sure C:
\
LS4
(or any folders where IUSR has full permission on)
is specified for both Log Files
Loc
ation and Backup Files Location

d.

Click on Apply to save changes


14)

Install licenses in License Se
rver:

a.

Open the License Server Administration page

b.

Click on the License Server Configuration button, which is second from the right

c.

Click on Additional Licenses

d.

Check the product name(s)

e.

Click on OK

f.

Submit
Request Key at the MF Licensing site
(
http://supportline.microfocus.com/licensing/LicensingHome.asp
)

g.

Enter the Response Key from Micro Focus

h.

Click on OK


15)

Check the registry permissions are correct:

a.

Open the License Server
Administration page

b.

Click on the License Server Configuration button, which is second from the right

c.

Click on Group Manager

d.

Click on New to create a new group

e.

Enter TEST_GROUP in the Group field

f.

Check Allow Network Licensing

g.

Enter 1 in the Days field

h.

Check

one of the product
s

under Options Allowed

i.

Enter 1 for Max Permanent Licenses and Max Licenses

j.

Click on Apply

If the group gets created, it means the registry permissions are properly set. The test group can now be
deleted by clicking on its name from the
group list, click on Delete, and click on Yes to proceed with deletion.


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If
however
the group does not get created, you will need to review Step 11. If Step 11 was followed properly
and a group cannot still be created, then the issue could be related to th
e web browser's security setting
that

prevent
s

submit buttons from executing any programs from a web page.

This could be the
case
with
MS
Internet Explorer (IE)

where
its internet security
tags the License Server page as "
Internet
"
, and it displays
"Intern
et" in the IE’s status bar next to the globe icon. IE's security setting is
very strict

with "Internet" pages
or sites. You may then want to have the web server's URL (i.e. http://server
-
name) to be recognized as
“Local intranet”. This can be achieved as f
ollows:

a.

Double
-
click on “Internet” from IE’s status bar to open IE’s Internet Security screen

b.

Click on Local Intranet

c.

Click on Sites

d.

Click on Add as the server’s URL is populated into “Add this website to the zone”

e.

Click on Close

f.

Click on Apply

g.

Click on OK

h.

Close IE