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Unable to run borrowed license

Question asked by Jonathan Baker on Feb 1, 2011
Latest reply on Feb 26, 2011 by Scott McFadden

In prep for the big snow storm tomorrow, I helped a user borrow a solidworks standard and solidworks premium (even though I don't think he'll need any of the premium features,) license.  Then to test I disconnected the network connection and ran Solidworks.  No dice, I get the same error I would get if I hadn't borrowed the license:

Could not obtain a license for Solidworks Standard

Server node is down or not responding (-96,7,11004)


If I go into the license manager while disconnected it does show the borrowed licenses for Standard and Premium.


Any thoughts?