Training Course - OpenLM Software License Management
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Training Courses – Designed to meet your needs

We offer training courses in which the main concepts and functionality of our products are addressed. Whether you just purchased one of these products, are an experienced user wanting to refresh your skills, or just upgraded to the latest release of the software, our training courses will give you a greater return on your investment and help you get the most out of your OpenLM software. When new colleagues or students join your department, they can also easily enroll in a training course and start working quickly and efficiently. During these courses, you can gain knowledge of the main functions of software packages, such as OpenLM System architecture, Basic capabilities and benefits of OpenLM components and OpenLM extensions. Our experienced trainers also make sure that you get sufficient practical experience with your system so that you will be able to work with the system independently after the training course.

Basic OpenLM Training Course (4 hours)

Key features

The training aims to increase the knowledge about:

• License Management and OpenLM tools
• Implementation of OpenLM extensions

The course is conducted online and it includes 2 parts:
License Management and OpenLM tools:

  • Basic license manager administration.
  • OpenLM – The license manager tool.
  • System architecture – Server, Broker, Agent, and interface deployment.
  • User interface introduction.
  • Reports – Benefits and decision making, Filtering and comparisons, Report personalizations.

Demonstration and implementation of OpenLM extensions:

  • Directory Synchronization (also available on OpenLM Cloud)
  • Group Usage (also available on OpenLM Cloud)
  • Roles and Permissions (also available on OpenLM Cloud)
  • Alerts Management (also available on OpenLM Cloud)
  • License Allocation Manager (also available on OpenLM Cloud)
  • Actual Usage
  • Active Agent
  • Unmanaged Processes
  • Custom Commands
  • Reports Scheduler
  • Project Usage

Complete OpenLM Training Course (12 hours)

Key features
• Overview of license management and OpenLM
• OpenLM interface and reports
• Basic capabilities and benefits of OpenLM components
• Advanced OpenLM capabilities
• Administrative issues

The course is conducted online and it includes 5 parts:

Part 1 –  A general overview of license management and OpenLM.

  • System architecture.
  • Introduction to license usage, denials, and license types.
  • Motivations to use OpenLM.

Part 2 – OpenLM interface and reports

  • OpenLM user interface introduction.
  • Understanding OpenLM Reports – Benefits and decision making.
  • Basic OpenLM administration.

Part 3 –  Basic capabilities and benefits of OpenLM components:

  • OpenLM Server
  • OpenLM Broker
  • OpenLM Agent

Part 4 – Advanced OpenLM capabilities:

  • LDAP
  • Options files
  • Suspend/Resume
  • Actual usage
  • Alerts
  • App Manager
  • Group billing
  • Project billing
  • Reporting Hub
  • Custom Commands
  • Unmanaged Processes

Part 5 – Administrative issues:

  • OpenLM license
  • Support
  • Upgrades and versions


Infrastructure minimal hardware requirements
• Dual core CPU
• 4 GB memory (Recommended – 8 GB)
• .NET Framework 4.7.2 or higher
• Static MAC address (Cloud based servers must use ENI)

We also recommend consulting the optimal configuration guide for more in-depth information.


HTTP Server
• OpenLM is provided with an integrated HTTP Server – LightTPD
• OpenLM can also be configured to work with most standard HTTP servers. We tested the system with:
• Apache HTTP Server version 2 – Fully supported
• Microsoft IIS 6, 7, 7.5, 10 – Fully Supported.
• Other HTTP servers should also work.

More information can be found here.

OpenLM can monitor both Windows’ and Unix / Linux resident license server systems.
The OpenLM Server can be installed on a Windows’ machine only.

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