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Verifying your license count with SRM

Updated: June 16, 2017

To view licensing information in SRM, log into SRM web console and click Settings > Licensing Details.

Running SRM only

The following information is displayed:

Version

Current version number of the installed module

Service Pack

Any service pack applied will be listed here

License Info

Informing whether the license is a production or evaluation

Allowed Number of Disks

Maximum number of disks that can be monitored with your license

Total Number of Disks

Sum of the total disks monitored

Licensed Number Disks

Number of licensed disks being monitored

Unlicensed Number of Disks

Number of disks that have exceeded the license count and are not being monitored

Available Number of Disks

Remaining number of disks that can be monitored with your license

Running SRM and SRM Profiler module with a single license (integrated)

The following information is displayed:

Version

Current version number of the installed module

Service Pack

Any service pack applied will be listed here

License Info

Informing whether the license is a production or evaluation

Allowed Number of Disks

Maximum number of disks that can be monitored with your license

Total Number of Disks

Sum of the total disks monitored

Licensed Number of SRM Disks

Number of licensed disks being monitored by SRM

Licensed Number of SRM Profiler Disks

Number of licensed disks being monitored by SRM Profiler

Licensed Number of Shared Disks

Number of disks being monitored in SRM and SRM Profiler using the shared license

Unlicensed Number of Disks

Number of disks that have exceeded the license count and are not being monitored

Available Number of Disks

Remaining number of disks that can be monitored with your license

 
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