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Advanced Framework Licensing question

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Advanced Framework Licensing question

 

We have successfully installed the Creo 2.0 MOD 130 Advanced Framework add-on. We edited the config.pro with afx_enabled = yes in order for the Advanced Framework to display. When Creo is launched, it AUTOMATICALLY grabs the Advanced Framework license. Since we only have 2 floating licenses, and approximately 50 users – we’d like to know if there is a way to configure the Advanced Framework add-on so it grabs a license on demand instead of automatically.

 

Any information would be greatly appreciated.

 

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I believe the framework is an extension, not an option so it does not float. You have to configure two start up commands in the install tool. One with EXF and one without. When the user launched Creo they see something like this:

startup.gif

They choose one and hit OK.

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Re: Advanced Framework Licensing question

I believe the framework is an extension, not an option so it does not float. You have to configure two start up commands in the install tool. One with EXF and one without. When the user launched Creo they see something like this:

startup.gif

They choose one and hit OK.

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Thanks for the reply.

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