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Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Linux/Mac: $SCHRODI
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c p


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin IN
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles: STALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles: ath_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Linux/Mac: $SCHRODI
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c p


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin IN
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles: STALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles: ath_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles: NGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_lic
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Linux/Mac: $SCHRODI
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c p


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin IN
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app


Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:
Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

Related Knowledge Base Articles:


Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".
Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

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Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

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Related Knowledge Base Articles:
Mac: Applications ? SchrodingerSuitesrelease ? Configuration.app
Windows: Start ? All Programs ? Schrodinger-release ? Configure Software
Linux: $SCHRODINGER/utilities/configure
If your license administrator has given you a 'stub' license file suitable for
installation on client machines, install it via "Add Licenses [I have a license
file]". Alternatively, you can specify the license server information directly
(machine name and port) via "Add Licenses [I can identify my license server]".

Client configuration from the command line


If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
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Client configuration from the command line
If you have a 'stub' license file suitable for installation on client machines, you
can install it from the command line (terminal or, on Windows, a Schrodinger
Commmand Prompt) with:

Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file


Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

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Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

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Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

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Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

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Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

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Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.
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Linux/Mac: $SCHRODINGER/licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

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Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

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Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

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Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

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Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

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Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

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Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

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Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

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Windows: licadmin INSTALL -c path_to_license_file
Communication with the license server
The client machine must be able to make TCP connections to the ports on the license
server machine on which the license server processes are listening.These are set by
default to 27008 and 53000 on the SERVER and VENDOR lines of the server's license
file. You may have to configure the server firewall to open these ports.

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