I don't understand. Is there an .ecp file involved when authorizing server 10.0? I authorize using the internet, and no files are exchanged that I can see, at least. Where can I find the .ecp file?
I would think that if the authorization server in redlands issues a file to me, this file will be bound to the computer from which I authorized, so it would be no use to me when reinstalling on a separate computer?
I have this same problem.
I uninstall ArcGIS Server 10, but the ECP registration number on my ESRI Customer Care site still says "activated" for this ECP. When I reinstall ArcGIS Server 10, or run the ArcGIS Server 10 post install, and try to register via the internet this ECP is still "activated" and thus the registration/activation fails.
Can someone at ESRI please explain this system? Must we call ESRI to unactivate the ECP everytime we need to reinstall or run the ArcGIS Server Post-Install? If so, thats not an improved licensing system but a step backwards!
I'm a little unclear on what to do when repairing.
Do you authorize again or not?
I seem to have used up my counters (you look like you can only reauthorize about 2-3 times) trying to repair single server after issues.
Stopped authorizing and it appears my image server extension stopped working.
I thought mac addresses were going to be used for 10. Why can't you authorize unlimited times for same machine?
You also can't modify a provision file can you?