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2 Access Gateways - can i use 1 license server?

Posted on 2009-07-15
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Hi All,

I currently have to Access gateways running different versions. One has v 4.5.5 and the other has v 4.6. At the moment they  are both running separate licensing which are uploaded to the individual CAGs. Would it be possible to have a central license server to share licenses?
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Access Gateway advance edition can point to external License server.
But, Access Gateway Standard & Enterprise uses onboard license server so license needs to be installed on the box itself.

http://support.citrix.com/article/ctx113429
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