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How to check Novell 5.1 licensing

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I haven't used Novell in a few years and was wondering how to check the number of licenses a server has.  The server in question started poping up messages on the console that it was granting "grace" logins.  I am assuming that it thought the maximum number of licenses had been exceeded.  There are only 5 workstations, so I shut them all down and rebooted the server and the "grace" logins didn't come back.  

How can I check to see how many users the server can support?

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1, this area is for site admin, you need to ask this here http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Netware/

2. Launch netware admin (sys volume > win32 directory) and look in the license container ;)

Pete
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Sorry about posting in the wrong category.  I just assumed that Netware was an operating system.  I will post all future Netware related questions to the correct category.

Thanks for the quick responce!  :)
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now Im confused or was quickpost lying to me LOL - I was sure this was in CS LOL

ThanQ
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