rlftool - Manage Redundant License File
rlftool is a command line utility for Windows and UNIX. On a Windows computer, use rlftool from the command prompt. However, you may find it more convenient to use the WRlfTool program that has a GUI like Windows rather than using the rlftool command-line utility.
To use rlftool in menu mode to create a new redundant license file, from DOS type:
Or, to modify an existing redundant license file, type:
rlftool -l redundant-license-file
You then see a menu that lists the rlftool options. Type the number of the option you want to use and press Return. (At a minimum, you will want to use option 1 to create a new file, option 2 to add License Managers to the pool, and then option 7 to add license codes.) To exit and save the file, type 12 and press Return.
Two options available when using rlftool in menu mode that are not available as command-line options are:
>Preference Order - The first redundant License Manager in the pool to be started is by default the leader. However, by setting the preference order, you can set the order in which the leader servers will be elected. If the License Manager having first preference goes down, the License Manager with second preference will be elected as the leader, and so on.
>View/Edit License - You can select an existing license to view its token allocations.
To use rlftool's tool command-line option, type rlftool followed by any of the desired options except -l (which will take you to the menu).
The rlftool options are: