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You can use the Control Panel to set environment variables on supported Windows variants.
Use the Windows Control Panel for a three floating license server configuration.
You must have administrator privileges to set system environment variables.
ARMLMD_LICENSE_FILE, and set its value. This must include valid
The length of ARMLMD_LICENSE_FILE must not be more than 260 characters.
If a default port in the range between 27000 and 27009 is used on the server, then
the port number can be omitted in the environment variable, but you must include the
@’ symbol before the name of the server. For example,
If you are using a single-server floating license, set the environment variable value to something similar to:
If you want to refer to more than one floating license server, set the environment variable value to something similar to:
The master server appears first, and in this example is
my_serverA. The entry for
my_serverC is not
preceded by a port number because in this example a default port number is being