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Old   September 15, 2004, 04:57
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We have a number of CFX-ANYSOLVER licenses, which normallly allow to run CFX-5 or CFX-4.

When I load a definition file in the cfx-5 solver manager (5.6), it complains about not having a cfx-5-solver license available.

How can I force it to take a cfx-anysolver?

Regards, Yves
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Old   September 17, 2004, 10:03
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Sorry if this is too mundain, but check your license file and make sure that the ANYSOLVER hasn't expired.

If not, this is probably a job for your CFX support representative.

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