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How to Manage Application Licenses in the Server Management Console

Updated: December 1, 2008

Applies To: Application Virtualization

The Application Virtualization Server Management Console is the interface you use to manage the Application Virtualization platform. From it, you can add, remove, configure, and control application license groups.

ImportantImportant
If the App-V client Application Source Root (ASR) setting is configured to use any type of streaming source other than the Management Server, for example a Streaming Server, an IIS server, or a File server, then the Management Server is unable to enforce its licensing policy.

In This Section

How to Create an Application License Group
Provides a procedure for creating a new application in a license group.

How to Associate an Application with a License Group
Provides a procedure for adding an application to a license group.

How to Remove an Application from a License Group
Provides a procedure for removing an application from a license group.

How to Remove an Application License Group
This section includes the steps necessary to delete an application license group.

How to Set Up an Unlimited License Group
Provides a procedure for creating a new unlimited license group, allowing an unlimited number of users to access the applications in the group.

How to Set Up a Concurrent License Group
Provides a procedure for creating a new concurrent license group, allowing a specific number of concurrent users to access the applications in the group.

How to Set Up a Named License Group
Provides a procedure for creating a new unlimited license group, allowing specific users to access the applications in the group.

See Also

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