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Friend I too have that problem. But I don't know what to do. If you have any idea please tell me too. I get confused.
  Topic: Help please
Hi Friend,

You need to configure each client machine to access the license server and to check out a license. You can do this by using one of two methods:

Place a copy of the license.lic file in the \\licenses folder of each local machine.

Configure the LM_LICENSE_FILE or AGILEESOFD_LICENSE_FILE to point to the license file.


have a Toshiba TECRA9000 laptop and occationally the mouse pointer
will automatically move to the upper right hand corner of the screen. I
believe it's the little nub mouse thing in the middle of the keys. I do
have a USB mouse connected and I can use the pointer that way. But then
after a few minutes, the pointer on the screen will move to the corner.
I disconnect the USB mouse and it still does this. I checked the BIOS
and could not see anywhere to turn off the keyboard mouse nub.

Any thoughts? I tried looking up solutions on the web but could not
fine any.

Thankyou soooooooooooooo much

I have noticed that my monitor may stay on long after the time limit
set in Control Panel/Power Options. This usually happens after I retire
for the night. I have determined that the only time it happens is when I
place my Logitech Lasermouse in its charging cradle,... if I leave the
mouse on the pad, the monitor shuts down, if I place the mouse in the
charging cradle, the monitor stays on. I have no idea whether there is a
fix for this.

  Topic: LCD problem
Well, actually the problem is with a client who bought a new Samsung
931BW LCD monitor from me. She is complaining it is giving her headaches
and she also suffers from nausea if she sits in front of it for more
than 10 minutes. I have this exact same monitor in another room which is
part of a new system I built for another client and I have sat in front
of it for hours and haven't experienced any such problem(s).

Is this complaint something unusual?

Is there something that could be done to rectify the problem?