How Can I Find My Server Name and Computer ID for NI Volume License Manager?Primary Software: Other NI Software>>NI Volume License Manager
Primary Software Version: 2.1
Primary Software Fixed Version: N/A
Secondary Software: N/A
I need to send my server name, computer ID, and service ID to email@example.com to get my agreement license file, but I do not know what my server name or computer ID are. How can I find this?
Your license server name is also the computer name in Windows that identifies your computer on the network. The computer ID is based upon the MAC address of your server's network device or hard drive serial number. Make sure your network hardware is installed before determining your computer ID. Your service ID is a unique identifier for your agreement with National Instruments. If you have a new Volume License Agreement (VLA), you can find the Service ID on your Sales Order Acknowledgement (SOA). If you already have a VLA, you can find the Service ID within the NI Volume License Manager (3.0 and later).
You can find your server name/computer name and computer ID from either the NI Volume License Manager (VLM), or from the NI License Manager, if you do not currently have VLM setup.
NI License Manager
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NI Volume License Manager 3.X
You can find your computer name, computer ID, and service ID, all within the General Information field on the Status tab of VLM 3.X.
NI Volume License Manager 2.XFrom the menu bar, select Options » Display Computer Information. Your license server name and computer ID will appear as follows:
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NI Volume License Manager Support
Drivers and Updates: Volume License Manager
Report Date: 01/12/2004
Last Updated: 01/29/2014
Document ID: 35BFF3Z8