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This FAQ section addresses the most commonly-asked questions about LM-X License Server. We try to regularly update this section with new information to help you quickly and easily find the information you're looking for. If you have a question that we have not answered here, please contact our support team.

You can find answers to your questions in the following sections:

Usage

How to prevent loading multiple license files by a single instance of a license server?

How files protected by client store are stored?

LM-X UI and demo do not work with Chrome version 42 and later

Is it possible to simultaneously run several license servers from different vendors on the same host?

Where can I download MinGW installers?
Does LM-X have to be implemented as part of an executable file?
Does LM-X offer protection against reverse engineering and tampering with executable content?

How to use LmxLicenseProvider as an implementation of the abstract base class provided by .NET LicenseProvider?

Does LM-X License Manager support vendor defined strings or custom data fields?

Do I need multiple connections to the license server (LMX_HANDLE)?

Why does LM-X report first-chance exception in Visual Studio?

What Linux compilers does LM-X License Manager support?
Do you support internet activation in LM-X License Manager?
Should I lock my license to only one hostid or use multiple hostids?

Why do I get the error "Unable to use license server" when I run a .NET application on a 64-bit machine?

Can end users administer and monitor their licenses?

We use custom hardware and can access the serial number information from this equipment. Is there a way to lock LM-X licenses to this hardware device?
How do I renew my software?
Why should I renew my software maintenance?
LM-X UI and demo do not work with Chrome version 42 and later
We use custom hardware and can access the serial number information from this equipment. Is there a way to lock LM-X licenses to this hardware device?
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