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Installing a Sentinel SuperProNet Network Key
Article Type: Documentation
Updated: Jan 05, 2011
Author(s): Breault Research Organization
The intended audience is information technologists or ASAP users with administrative privileges.
This technical publication describes how to install the Advanced Systems Analysis Program (ASAP®) from Breault Research Organization (BRO) on either a Local Area Network (LAN) or Wide Area Network (WAN). The information applies to installations of ASAP within a client/server architecture (either on LAN or WAN) for which the Sentinel System Driver did not allow ASAP to execute properly.
- Installing the Sentinel Network Driver
- Required Windows® Registry Settings
- Transaction Log File
ASAP provides network licensing capabilities following client/server architecture through the use of a network key driver - the Sentinel™ Combo Driver from SafeNet. Such architecture typically indicates that there are two (or more) machines involved - one being the server, the other(s) being the client(s).
The ASAP installation loads the Sentinel Combo Driver automatically.
Summary of Documentation Changes
Section D, Transaction Log File, was updated. (January 5, 2011)