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Greetings folks, The problem I'm currently faced with is that of determining to whom the Veritas licenses on any given system are attributed to. Basically, I'm doing a site audit and want to be sure that I have only licenses attributable to my company, and in the event that I find that's not the case, of course, to set up the purchase of new licenses. So far I've been able to validate that the licenses on my systems are good, using the following set of commands, but it doesn't really give me what I need: vxlicense -p vxdctl license vxliccheck ...

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    Default Getting Veritas license information

    Greetings folks,

    The problem I'm currently faced with is that of determining to whom
    the Veritas licenses on any given system are attributed to.
    Basically, I'm doing a site audit and want to be sure that I have only
    licenses attributable to my company, and in the event that I find
    that's not the case, of course, to set up the purchase of new
    licenses.

    So far I've been able to validate that the licenses on my systems are
    good, using the following set of commands, but it doesn't really give
    me what I need:

    vxlicense -p
    vxdctl license
    vxliccheck -pv
    vxlicrep

    If anyone knows how to find this info, I'd be grateful. The systems
    this is running on are mostly Solaris 8 or 9, on Sun Sparc hardware.

    Thanks,

    patrick
    Patrick Beckhelm Guest

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    Default Re: Getting Veritas license information

    > and in the event that I find
    >that's not the case, of course, to set up the purchase of new
    >licenses.
    >
    create an account on vlicense.veritas.com for your company, you need a customer
    number. They have a database of the various licenses that your company has
    purchased.



    zombie


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    zombie Guest

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    Default Re: Getting Veritas license information

    zombie <zombie_membernewsguy.com> wrote in message news:<103494273.0000f6ae.065drn.newsguy.com>...
    > > and in the event that I find
    > >that's not the case, of course, to set up the purchase of new
    > >licenses.
    > >
    > create an account on vlicense.veritas.com for your company, you need a customer
    > number. They have a database of the various licenses that your company has
    > purchased.
    >
    >
    >
    > zombie
    While that's certainly one half of the equation, the other is
    determining what we are in fact using at our site. I would like to
    find out what's on the servers, if for nothing other than my own
    edification. I'd imagine there would be some such functionality
    available so that even Veritas could audit your systems, should they
    choose to do so.

    Patrick
    Patrick Beckhelm Guest

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