Monday, September 28, 2020

JTB FlexReport will help when migrating to Named User licensing by Autodesk

If you have used Autodesk network licenses you might have or will migrate to the new Named User plans. JTB FlexReport will help with your reporting needs as well as to prepare before it’s time to know how many Named User licenses you need. For example by importing old FlexNet debug logs and create reports on them.

JTB FlexReport 2020.9.3 is now ready.

We have added, improved and fixed things in this release. Some of it:

  • Added support to import FlexNet debug log usage and denials.
  • GHSlm improved to handling large logs without interrupting other monitored  license systems.
  • DS-2 bug fixed to use correct server name.
  • Fixed a bug where logging could stop in some cases.
  • Fixed  bug that could result in an empty HTML report.
  • Raw data list and pinged hosts reports use date filters.
  • Gridline settings saved and used as expected in future reports, auto reports and favorites.

See the version history for details.

Trial is available if you want to give it a try.

If your maintenance has expired you can try the new version for a few weeks, if you want to keep using it contact us to renew the maintenance. The upgrade is free of charge for customers with active maintenance.

What is JTB FlexReport? JTB FlexReport is a license usage report tool for applications licensed using network license systems like FlexNet, IBM LUM, DSLS, SPLM, Sentinel, LM-X, RLM, EPLAN (ELM), HASP, DPT, Tebis, CodeMeter among others. Track usage over time, hours used and much more.

If you have FlexNet licenses check out our JTB FlexReport LT freeware.

Autodesk user? Take a look at Autodesk Named User usage reporting, Autodesk Network Licenses RIP, New Named User Plans and Prepare for the switch to Autodesk Named User Licenses.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Subscribe to the comments feed

Some of the latest blog posts

Subscribe to RSS headline updates from:
Powered by FeedBurner

Contact Us | About JTB World | Subscribe to this blog
JTB World's website | Website General Terms of Use | Privacy Policy
^ Top of page

© 2004- JTB World. All rights reserved.