lmxendutil. It is included with the CLC Network License Manager distribution.
The LM-X End User Utility output displays the current status of the license manager. This differs from the information presented using the LM-X License Server Client described in section The LM-X Graphical License Server Client, which provides information on current and past usage.
In the commands below, the information enclosed in angle-brackets, < and >, must be replaced by the relevant information for your system. Angle brackets should not be included in the command used.
If you are running the LM-X End User Utility on the same machine as the CLC Network License Manager and it is using the standard port (6200), you can omit the -host and -port options from the commands. If you omit the -password option from the command, you will be prompted for it when executing the command if it is needed.
To display the current status of the license manager, use the command:
lmxendutil -licstat -host <server host> -port <port>
This returns a listing of the licenses in use, including the user and host name, and date and time a license was checked out.
Licenses checked out for a particular user can be retrieved using the following command:
lmxendutil -removeuser -clientusername <user> -clienthostname <host> -host <host> -port <port> -password <password>
The operating system of the machine the LM-X End User Utility is used on does not need to match the operating system of the machine the CLC Network License Manager is running on. So, for example, a license manager running on Linux can be monitored from a computer running Windows.
To get a copy of the
lmxendutil suitable for a particular operating system, download the corresponding CLC Network License Manager installer from https://digitalinsights.qiagen.com/products/clc-network-license-manager-direct-download/ or from your myCLC account, run the installer, and then use the
lmxendutil program that is included.