Determine to whom Citrix license has been assigned

How can I tell the licensing mode (per user/per device) on my Citrix Xenapp server.  when I am in the license administration console under the Citrix Xendesktop Enterprise|User/Device I see 67(88).
JMcHaleAsked:
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JMcHaleAuthor Commented:
I found the UDADMIN command but could not get it to work.  Our license server is a Linux box. I have not found the path to this command.
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Jayanta SarmahCommented:
Please verify the below path :

/opt/citrix/licensing/LS

http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX132341
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JMcHaleAuthor Commented:
I found that path.  When I do an ls -a  I see udadmin among other items.  when I type udadmin. I get an error that command not found
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Jayanta SarmahCommented:
Hope you tried :

udadmin –list
 etc as suggested in the above posted article , if still doesnt help I aaume syntax error or corrupt file. may be you can try re dowloading the same under same path.. just a thought
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JMcHaleAuthor Commented:
yes I tried a couple of switches based on the article you provided and others I found.  You have helped tremendously, I believe the same thing it is a corrupted file. Thanks
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