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Borrowing a license from across the date Line

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Borrowing a license from across the date Line

Hi! We are having problems borrowing a license from China when the license server is in San Diego. The license borrow works fine in San Diego, and works great in China until the license expires. Then the user tries to again borrow the license, but it is denied. The manual says: * To borrow a license for a desired feature, on the same day and the same machine that the end user runs lmborrow, the end user runs the application to check out and borrow the license. I have a funny feeling that the day of checkout does not match the current day on the computer. For example, say you run the borrowing script on Wednesday in China. You then run the program and a license checkout out is initiated on Tuesday in San Diego due to the Date Line. The days do not match, so: * No license is borrowed if the application is run on a day different than the data borrowing was set to be initiated. This is only a theory, and I'd be overjoyed if someone has a better one. Has anyone had any experience with borrowing licenses across continents? Tony Burzio Kyocera Wireless Corp San Diego, CA
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RE: Borrowing a license from across the date Line

Just a thought, but why not just change the time on the computer in China to correspond with the time on the USA computer.