Internal License Error in Windows XP

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IBM iSeries
Internal License Error
iSeries Access
Microsoft Windows XP
Good afternoon, we are using IBM I-Series Access for Windows on Windows XP system. Approximately every 4 to 6 weeks our sales associates receive an "Internal License Error CWBLM001" when they attempt to logon the system. They only way to get the error to go away is to give admin rights, logon to the system and then remove admin rights, then everything seems to be ok for the next 4 to 6 weeks. We have gone into the registry given rights to appropriate folders but the problem still exists.The server managers tell us its not a server issue that it is a local machine issue....So my question is " is there a fix for this issue" I posted this same question 3 weeks ago and didn't get a response.....Please help......

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It is a local machine problem. I believe there are some PTF’s (PC side) that are supposed to fix this, but I never verified that it did. We uninstalled V5r3, then loaded V5R4 on the client PC and the problem went away. One thing to keep in mind – after you install Client Access and reboot, you must log back in as administrator. Failure to do so means registry doesn’t get updated correctly.

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  • Buttza
    Hi, I know it'a been a while since this was updated but I found out how to fix this "Internal License Error CWBLM001" What happens is when the machine is being used remotely, the software can't varify that the machine is being used on a local server. Must be some sort of 'software security.' This can be fixed by: Logging on the user of the machine giving admin them rights. Navigate to: 'c:program filesIBMclient access' folder and right click. Now go to 'properties.' Next select the 'Security' tab and then 'advanced'. Now select the 'owner' tab Now make the user the 'new owner' of the file by selecting the users name in the list. Before you apply the settings makesure to select the 'replace owner on subcontainers and objects.' Now click apply. Once you have done that then remove admin rights from the user and test again. Should now beable to connect without the "Internal License Error CWBLM001". Hope this is helpful.
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