HASP License Manager
The HASP License Manager is an independent application that
serves as a link between the HASP hardware lock and the protected GTX
application. Install the HASP License Manager on the computer to which you
connect your netHASP key. The HASP License Manager supports IPX, NetBIOS, and
TCP/IP (UDP and TCP modes). By default, it listens to all three protocols at
once. Instructions on this page will only pertain to networked Microsoft
Windows operating systems.
The following descriptions and version information cover what is
known to be the most typical type of License Manager installation as of this
writing. The installation is not difficult and success rates are high for a
first time user. A program named LMSETUP.EXE will install the HASP License
LMSETUP program is provided on the GTX CD in the HASP\Server\Win32 folder and
in the License sub-folder of the installed GTXRaster CAD or ImageCAD program.
Other availability is provided by Aladdin Knowledge systems, under 'Support and
Downloads', on their web site.
HASP_License_Manager.zip download is the latest available version.
Advanced help is available in the NHSRVW32.HLP file, located on
the GTX CD in the HASP\Server\Win32 folder and in the License sub-folder of the
installed software program. The following images describe all of the steps
encountered during the LMSETUP.EXE installation process. In detail the steps
Welcome, with version information and a request to stop any
currently running NetHASP License managers.
Aladdin End User License Agreement.
Installation Type, requesting a choice of installation as a
Windows service (NT, 2000, XP, 2003) or as an application (Windows 98).
Installing as a service allows for HASP license availability independent of a
Choose Destination Location, which defaults to C:\Program
The destination may be modified by use of the 'Browse' button. The size of all
will be installed is approximately 3 Megabytes.
Select Program Manager Group, which allows modification of the
Program Group name for
the HASP License Manager.
XP SP2 Firewall Settings, will only appear if the license manager
installation is being performed on an XP SP2 with a Windows Firewall enabled.
Please read the complete description of this at the end of this page.
Instructions for manual modification of the Firewall are available in the topic
Microsoft Windows XP SP2.
Device Driver Installation, prompts for initiation of a HASP
Device driver installation. A device driver is necessary for the Windows
operating system to recognize the HASP hardware device.
Start License Manager, will start the License Manager
application. Finish, to complete the installation of the License Manager.
Please read additional information provided at the end of this
page before you run LMSetup.
At the finish of a HASP License Manager installation, installed
as a service, a red, white, and blue icon will appear in the System Tray next
to the Windows desktop clock. That is an indication that a License Manager is
A double click on the HASP icon will open a window titled, HASP License Manager
The HASP License Manager main window displays the following
HASP License Manager version number
Status of each protocol (loaded, unloaded, or failed to load) and
the date and time of the last change of status
Use the Help and Contents menu of the License Manager main window
to study advanced options and descriptions of this program.
WINDOWS XP FIREWALL
Port 475 must be open as a firewall exception to allow the HASP
server to communicate with remote GTX client computer software. When the
choice, 'create firewall rules to enable these ports', is selected on the XP
SP2 Firewall Settings step of the HASP License Manager installation, exceptions to firewall port blocking are