What’s new in License Server VPX
What’s new in the License Server VPX build 33500
- Apache version 2.4.46
- CentOS version 7.9
- OpenSSL version 1.1.1h
- DNS server configuration was added to the VPX configuration during static IP setup. [LIC-3270]
An unknown error appears the first time you import the license file from the Citrix Licensing Manager. As a workaround, refresh the page and try again. [LIC-3343]
You cannot SSH/SCP as a root user for security reasons. As a workaround, to SSH/SCP as a new user:
- Log in as root via XenCenter.
- Use useradd to create a new user.
- Use passwd to create a password for the new user.
What’s new in the License Server VPX earlier builds
- Apache version 2.4.41
- jQuery version 3.4.1
- CentOS version 7.7
- OpenSSL version 1.1.1d
- After a CEIP upload failure, the log file location doesn’t appear in the error message displayed on the Citrix Licensing Manager. The log file location is /opt/citrix/licensing/LS/logs/log_ctxuploader.txt. [LIC-396]
- The user name of the logged on user displayed on the Citrix Licensing Manager page is in the domain\user format. The Citrix Licensing Manager of a License Server for Windows displays the user name as user@domain.
- Sometimes after a few failed attempts to join Active Directory, when the Active Directory integration succeeds, you might see an LDAP error during the initial configuration of the License Server VPX. As a workaround, run resetsettings.sh and reenter the details.
- If you access the Citrix Licensing Manager from outside the domain to which it has been joined, you might be prompted for credentials multiple times. You must change your browser settings. For more information, see https://techsupport.osisoft.com/Troubleshooting/KB/KB01223.
- The operating system reserves ports 1 through 1024. When configuring the VPX ports, use ports higher than 1024. By default, VPX uses port 8082 for SSL, which is open in the firewall. If you choose a different port for SSL, reconfigure the firewall in the iptables.
- A network error might appear the first time you access the Citrix Licensing Manager from the Chrome browser. As a workaround, refresh the page.