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SAM component monitor count and licensing issues


There are multiple unlicensed component monitors after upgrading SAM.


All SAM versions


In order for component monitors not to count against your allotted license count, component monitors must be disabled. Components from unmanaged applications are still counted as licensed components. Only disabled components are not counted as licensed components.



Disable or delete components that are enabled in unmanaged applications.


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