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TorW

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Hello. I'm trying to find the KMS license info - i.e. number of licenses we have bought and how many we have left - from the Linux command line. We use RHEL5.

Is it possible to find this info anywhere except the splash screen in the admin application?
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You can cat /opt/kerio/mailserver/license/license.key and get the total number of users allowed but I can't find a good way to get the total number of used seats yet. You could BS a way by counting user folders in your store folder and lists in your lists folder if you're comfortable with shell scripting. I imagine it would get pretty complicated if you host multiple domains though.
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OK, thanks for the tip. I was actually trying to avoid tricks like that, but now support tells me it isn't possible. Off to the editor then Wink
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Just to follow up: I am now counting license usage and getting the same number of "spent" licenses as the admin console reports. The point of the whole thing was to monitor license usage in Nagios, something we now do.

The script just dumps the number of bought and used licenses in a file where the Nagios checks picks them up and reports them. Since the ACLs in the Kerio directories are so strict, this is a two stage process. If anyone needs to do the same thing, PM me.
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