flexLM and server 2003 upgrade

Posted on 2004-08-09
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Last Modified: 2008-03-10
I'm about to upgrade my NT4 server to Server 2003, and this server is a flexLM license server for a number of engineering software applications.  I'm wondering if anyone has experience with this, and if the licenses and their services will migrate well or if I should just do a new install.
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We've recently migrated a FLEXLM application to a Windows 2003 SBS server. This went very well. The license transferred fine. We however first did a clean install and after that migrated the license. Took about an hour to get it up and running.

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