Entering a Single-Machine Password
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If the Wolfram System client cannot get a license from MathLM, you are given the option of entering a single-machine password. When using a single-machine password, the Wolfram System does not get a license from the license server. Depending on your license type, entering a single-machine password may require contacting Wolfram Research to purchase additional licenses.
When you choose Enter Password from the License Expired dialog boxes described in "Troubleshooting MathLM", the following dialog box appears. This dialog box also appears if the mathpass file cannot be found.
1. Select Single Machine. Then enter your name, the name of your organization, and your license number in the text fields provided. Your license number is printed on your license certificate. Click OK when you are done.
2. The following dialog box appears showing the MathID number for your machine. To obtain your password, contact Wolfram Research (see "Registration and Passwords" for details). You will need to supply your license number and your MathID number.
When the Wolfram Language kernel cannot get a license from MathLM, the following message is displayed.
1. Your machine name and MathID number are included in this message. To obtain your password, contact Wolfram Research (see "Registration and Passwords" for details). You will need to supply your MathID number and the license number printed on your license certificate.
A password entry for a network license server was found,
but no license was returned. The license server may not be
responding, or no licenses are available from the server.
You may need to contact your system administrator to
start the license server, or wait until a license is
Machine name: hostname
You will need a valid license ID and password in order
to proceed. Go to http://register.wolfram.com or
http://reference.wolfram.com/singlemachine for more