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Simulation license-worked in Creo 3, in Creo 2 "unable to get required Creo Simulate license"

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kdavidson
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Simulation license-worked in Creo 3, in Creo 2 "unable to get required Creo Simulate license"

Exactly how it says,

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Released license, but when running simulation in Creo 2 I get this error

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Kyle,

information about Simulate license is saved in feature.dat file located in Creo2_LOADPOINT\Creo 2.0\Common Files\Mxxx\mech\text\licensing\mech directory. Check the contents of the file.

Example of feature.dat file containing Creo Simulation Basic license"

MEC_BASIC_UI "MECBASICUI_License"
MEC_BASIC_ENG "MECBASICENG_License"
STRUCT_UI "<No license features>"
STRUCT_ENGINE "<No license features>"
STRUCT_THERMAL_UI "<No license features>"
STRUCT_THERMAL_ENGINE "<No license features>"

Martin Hanak


Martin Hanák

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Kyle,

information about Simulate license is saved in feature.dat file located in Creo2_LOADPOINT\Creo 2.0\Common Files\Mxxx\mech\text\licensing\mech directory. Check the contents of the file.

Example of feature.dat file containing Creo Simulation Basic license"

MEC_BASIC_UI "MECBASICUI_License"
MEC_BASIC_ENG "MECBASICENG_License"
STRUCT_UI "<No license features>"
STRUCT_ENGINE "<No license features>"
STRUCT_THERMAL_UI "<No license features>"
STRUCT_THERMAL_ENGINE "<No license features>"

Martin Hanak


Martin Hanák

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Kyle,

Just add the value (MECBASICUI_License and MECBASICENG_License) from Martin's example should fix the issue. If you don't have write permission in that folder save feature.dat top desktop and later move that in folder.

Kyle,

Are you able to manage Simulate license issue?

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