SolidWorks licensing is controlled over the network by a cenrally managed license server. Each time you run SolidWorks a request is sent to this server and if a license is available it is granted to your PC. When you close SolidWorks the license is returned to the server for re-distribution.
If you are trying to use the software while off campus, you will need to connect to the Cisco VPN service before you can connect to the SolidWorks license server. If you are going to be without an internet conenction then you will need to borrow a license from the server (see License Borrowing below).
You must have administrator rights to update the license server. If you do not have administrator rights please contact the ISA Support team.
As the SolidWorks licensing is controlled by a central server you will not be able to run the software if you cannot connect to the server to request a license. If you are going to be off campus with no connection to the internet then you will need to borrow a license before you leave.
Licenses will be returned to the server on the date you specified when borrowing the license. However, if you are finished the the license early then you should return it to the server as soon as possible.
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