Licence has expired and Event Broker is no longer operational
Beau Harrison (Senior Product Software Engineer) 6 years ago • updated by anonymous 6 years ago • 1
A set of key features of MIM Event Broker has become non-operational if it is either unlicensed or its license expires. Additionally, some licenses limit MIM Event Broker functionality.
- MIM Event Broker.
When attempting unlicensed activity in an MIM Event Broker instance, behaviour similar to the following will be exhibited:
Unlicensed activities includes:
|Unable to start the scheduler||The MIM Event Broker service is unlicensed.|
|Unable to execute operation lists||The FIM Event Broker service is unlicensed.|
|Only a certain number of agents can be created||The current license limits the number of agents.|
|Only a certain number of a specific type of agents can be created||The current license limits the number of allowable agent types.|
|Some operations can be created whilst others cannot||The current license has either a _Whitelist_ or _Blacklist_ restricting the allowable types of operations.|
A new license will need to be ordered. To order an FIM Event Broker license please see How to Request a MIM Event Broker License
Beau Harrison (Senior Product Software Engineer) 6 years ago
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