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The License Manager will ask you to enter the ID of the COMSOL account to which you have access. If you do not have a valid account, you will be asked to create one. You can use the same account that you use to log in to COMSOL itself. When a new account is created, the License Manager will be available on all systems to which the account has access.

The License Manager is going to look at the contents of the Licenses file using a system-wide list of hostnames and associated host IDs. Note the semicolon in the file that separates hostname from host ID and the semicolon in the LICENSE file that separates the list of hosts.

Each host on the List of licenses can have a different number of seats. For instance, if there are five licenses, the first host on the list has five licenses available, the second host on the list has only four licenses available, and so on. You can have up to 25 licenses associated with one COMSOL account. The seats corresponding to each license are initialized to zero at the time of installation, i.e., they are unassigned.

You can assign a list of hosts the same number of seats as the number of licenses available for that host. This can be very efficient. Or you can assign a particular license to a particular host.

You will need to adjust the number of seats to match the number of licenses that you wish to distribute. For instance, if you have 15 licenses available, you will need to assign each host 5 seats.

Your floating network license is valid for a period of two years from the date you purchase it. While this may seem like a long time, in fact, you can validate that this license is still valid for one year by opening up the License Manager and validating your license using the following steps.

  1. Click the tab with your license info.

  2. Scroll to the bottom of the information and click “Validate”.

  3. An alert window will appear and tell you if the license is valid. If it isn’t, you can buy another license or upgrade your current license using the floating licenses tab.

Many universities provide students with personal computers and the license key for every student is stored on these computers. At the end of each semester or term, the faculty (usually) removes the license key from these student machines (so that students cannot abuse this license) and provides us with a license server which is used by all the students on the network.
The prices will differ from a university to another but usually you will pay a monthly fee of something like 20 to 25 euros per semester. In some universities, there is a group license which is offered for 20 to 25 students and if the number of students is more than these numbers then it is offered to everyone. If it is not, it is charged individually.
Most students have no problems with the licensing policy on computers provided by their university. Some universities (and some software companies) provide a license server that contains the user’s license. However, some universities will remove the license from the computer after each semester and provide you with a new license server. This is not an unusual practice and usually it is applied to all students. On the other hand, it is possible that only the students in the relevant group will be given a license server and this is the only option for non-students. This option is popular as it saves the time and effort of the faculty (who has the task to distribute the licenses) and students usually don’t complain about it.
Some universities provide the license of your software to be copied onto a CD/DVD, USB stick or you can simply copy the license. If the software comes with the license already on a CD/DVD, you can use that one whenever and wherever you want. If it comes in the form of a USB stick, you need to have the corresponding program to read the license from the stick.