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HP StorageWorks Enterprise Virtual Array license key installation instructions

To obtain a license key, choose one of the following options: Fax the Password Request Form that came with your License Entitlement Certificate. (Fax numbers in your area are shown on the certificate.) When you receive the license key, go to step 10. Call or e-mail the HP Password Center. (For telephone numbers and e-mail addresses in your area, see the License Entitlement Certificate). When you receive the license key, go to step 10. Obtain a license key from HP Webware online. For more detailed information about licenses, see the HP StorageWorks Command View EVA installation guide. Complete the following procedure to install a license key (also referred to as a password) from HP Webware for each product purchased: 1. 2. Go to http://webware.hp.com and click Generate New licenses under Welcome. Enter your information on the User sign-in page as follows: If you registered previously, enter your e-mail address and password under Existing users, and then click Sign-in. The Order number page is displayed. If you did not register previously, enter your e-mail address and a password, and then re-enter your password under First time users. Click Sign-in. The User profile page is displayed. Enter the required information to create your profile. Click Next/Update User. The Order number page is displayed. 3. Obtain the HP order number from your License Entitlement Certificate, enter it in the Order number field, and then click Next. Based on information obtained from the order, a list of available products appears on the Product selection page.

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Select the product for which you want a key (your operating environment under Product version), and then click Next. On the License redemption page, do one of the following to set the license owner: If you are the license owner and registered previously, select I am the license owner from the dropdown list in the License owner field. If you are not the license owner, do one of the following: Select Select from my license owners from the dropdown list, which displays the Existing owners field. Select an owner from the dropdown list. Select Find or create a license owner from the dropdown list and enter the e-mail address of the license owner. If the license owner does not exist in Webware, you can create the license owner's profile.

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In the Send copies to field, you can enter one or more e-mail addresses to which the license information will be sent. If available, you can enter the SAID number (service agreement ID) in the SAID field. Enter the world wide names (WWNs) for the array in WWN for the appropriate products, and then click Next. The transaction summary page is displayed.

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5. TIP: To view the WWN in HP Replication Solutions Manager, select Storage Systems > View Properties. To view the WWN in HP Command View EVA, select the General tab. The WWN format is xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx (19 alphanumeric characters, including hyphens).

If you saved the license key in a .txt or .dat file in step 1, open it now. Copy and paste the license key from the file or from the license certificate into the form provided (be sure to include the quotation marks and the space at the end of the license). For multiple licenses, separate each license key by pressing Enter between each entry. Click Install Licenses. This completes the procedure for installing HP Command View EVA, HP Business Copy EVA, and HP Continuous Access licenses.

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Review the transaction summary page to ensure the information is correct and then click Next. The License certificate page is displayed. The License Certificate will also be e-mailed to you and any users you entered in Step 6.

Use the license import tool


1. Save the license key file (.txt or .dat) by clicking the Save license key/password file for [product number] link at the end of the certificate. On the HP Command View EVA main page, click Server Options (upper-right, white lettering in the blue banner). On the Management Server Options page, click Import/Export Licenses. Browse to the location of the saved license file. On the Import/Export Licenses page, click Import Licenses. Click OK. This completes the procedure for entering licenses using the license import tool in HP Command View EVA.

10. To complete the installation, go to the applicable section for your application: RSM, DC-Management, and Oracle EVA management and replication Use the import license tool

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RSM, DC-Management, and Oracle


1. Save the license key file (.txt or .dat) by clicking the Save license key/password file for [product number] link at the end of the certificate. Browse to HP Replication Solutions Manager and then select Tools > Configure > Licensing (in the left pane) > Add (button at lower right). Next to License File, click Browse, and then browse to the location of the .txt or .dat file. In the Select a registered product drop-down list, select Dynamic Capacity Management, and then click OK. In the Configuration window, click OK. To verify that the license has been added: a. b. c. Perform a global refresh by clicking the refresh icon under Tools and then click Close in the Global Refresh Monitor window. Select Storage Systems and then select the correct array. Select Actions > View Properties > Licenses to view the license.

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EVA management and replication


To install HP Command View EVA, HP Business Copy EVA, and HP Continuous Access EVA licenses: 1. You can save the license key file (.txt or .dat) by clicking the Save license key/password file for [product number] link at the end of the certificate or copy and paste the license key from the certificate when instructed in step 5. Launch HP Command View EVA and select the appropriate array under Storage Systems. Click the Licensing tab on the Storage System Properties page. Click Install Licenses.

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