Note: Some folder paths intentionally include previous company branding, due to backward compatibility considerations.
UFT One Help Center licensing scope
This guide describes how to access licenses on the AutoPass License Server from UFT One and UFT Developer.
For full details on AutoPass License Server capabilities, such as proxy settings, license installation and management, and user management, see the AutoPass License Server online documentation.
No. UFT One 12.50 has changed the license mechanism and the concurrent license server to the AutoPass License Server.
Prior versions of UFT One used the Sentinel Concurrent License Server.
Note: The AutoPass License Server and accompanying documentation is provided with the UFT One Setup program.
In order to use your licenses with versions of UFT One 12.50 and later, or to install them on the AutoPass License Server, you must upgrade your licenses.
Use the following table to help determine which type of license to install. For details about license types, see UFT One licensing.
|Scenario||License Type to Install|
|Are you assigned a specific license (with its own unique license key)?||Seat|
|Are you part of a group that uses licenses on an as-needed basis?||
You will need the IP address of your License Server where the licenses are installed.
|Are you assigned the IP address from which to check out a license?||Concurrent|
|Are you traveling and will not have access to a license server?||Concurrent Commuter|
|Are you already traveling and cannot access the License Server to get a license?||Remote Commuter|
Download the AutoPass License Server from the ITOM Marketplace (login required).
For full details, see the AutoPass License Server online documentation.
Run the Functional Testing License Wizard and enter the License Server IP address. This checks the connection to the License Server, and also provides a list of possible licenses to install.
After installing your concurrent license, UFT One or UFT Developer checks the specified License Server address each time UFT One or the UFT Developer runtime engine starts, taking the requested license.
For more details, see Manage licenses with the wizard.
UFT One provides a command-line tool that enables you to install UFT One licenses without using the License Wizard interface.
For details on the commands to install these licenses, see Manage licenses with the command line.
The command line license installation is supported for seat and concurrent licenses.
The AutoPass License Server has a full Web-based interface that enables you to install, manage, administer, and track usage of all your licenses (both concurrent and commuter).
For details, see the AutoPass License Server online documentation.
Yes. For details, see Configure license behavior.
Yes. Set the proxy settings in the autopass.txt file, located on your UFT One or UFT Developer machine, at C:\ProgramData\Micro Focus\UFT\License\autopass.txt.
See the comments inside this file for details on setting the proxy settings. Be sure to uncomment the relevant lines and define their values.
Note: For Linux/Mac installations of UFT Developer, see the UFT Developer Help Center.
If your computer is clock-tampered after installing the License Server, both the License Server and UFT One's or UFT Developer's connection to the License Server do not work.
In this case, you must get a cleanup license for your License Server. This enables you to reset all license capabilities.
For details on cleanup licenses, contact your UFT One license supplier.
If you are having problems with the 30-day trial license period, ensure the following:
Ensure that you have full permissions to the UFT One or UFT Developer installation folder and all its subfolders.
Ensure that you have not changed the system time. If you have moved the system time, the license mechanism can reduce the trial period based on the number of days that were back-dated.