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Old   January 31, 2023, 21:27
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Hi! Currently, I'm using an academic license for ANSYS FLUENT 22R2 (not a free student license). I found out that workbench worked well after connecting the license. However, when I opened Fluent meshing mode or CFD post, some error messages indicating there are some license issues popped out. Since our university license manager does not know well about this problem, I came to ask this in this forum. I would very appreciate if you give any ideas or solutions. For your reference, I attatched some error images below.
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