The Floating License Server is a Java-based service that can run on Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Linux, and UNIX platforms.
The Floating License Server comes in two versions, an installer version for Windows and a decompression version for Linux/UNIX. The Linux/UNIX version is enough to run the program by just decompressing and running a simple script. This makes it easy for users using different operating systems to run the program.
The Floating License Server comprises two components, which are the licenser server and the manager GUI tool. The latter allows you to manage the licenses and active users obtained by each license separately. Through the GUI Tool, you can also configure the license server (only on local connections), install and delete licenses, display license details, and display the floating license server hardware ID.
Additionally, the Floating License Server Manager GUI is designed to connect and display the status and license usage information, thus allowing you to monitor the license server remotely. The License4J License Manager GUI is used to create licenses, which are then used by the Floating License Server. Standard features for a license file can be specified in the License Manager GUI, and they can be used as a floating license by filling in the mandatory fields, which include license count (concurrent users) and license server hardware ID.
The LICENSE4J Floating License Server comes free to use and distribute with your product. You can, therefore, use and distribute floating license server setup files with your product, making it easy for your customers to install the software. To sum up, the License4J Floating License Server is an excellent program that offers a wide range of features that make it easy for you to manage your licenses remotely, and generate floating licenses that can be used with ease.
Version 4.7.2: Bug fixes, New main version