Partial Key of the required Product cannot be loaded

Modified on Wed, 31 Jan at 10:58 AM


 Error Description

When calling an application (e.g. PARTdataManager or PARTproject) an error message appears.

 Possible Solutions

License key / module was not purchased

It is possible that the desired module has not been purchased and access is therefore denied. If this is the case, you can contact support at any time via the ticket system to obtain further information.

Temporary license is invalid

It is also possible that the temporarily valid license file has expired. This can also be seen via PARTadmin in the license management.

If the validity period has expired and an extension is required, please contact Support via the ticket system.

USB stick with license file is not inserted correctly

If the USB stick with the license file (hardware lock) is not inserted correctly, the stick may not be recognized and the file cannot be read.

In this case, the USB stick must first be safely removed to prevent data loss. To do this, proceed as follows:

01. Click on "Show hidden icons".

02. Right-click on the USB stick symbol.

03. Eject the USB stick.

The USB stick can then be removed from the slot and reinserted. If the license file is still not recognized, please contact support via the ticket system.

Connection to the FLM server is interrupted

If the connection to the FLM is interrupted, the license file cannot be retrieved and checked. A missing connection can have several causes. Possible causes include the following:

  • missing access authorizations to the drive or the PC on which the FLM server is located
  • Port 2004 is being used / blocked by other software
  • Anti-virus software or a firewall is blocking the application
  • Third-party software (e.g. a VPN client) is incorrectly configured
  • the server itself is not running or is defective

In all of the above cases, you should contact your own system administrators for clarification.

 Further Steps

If the solutions described above have not helped, so that an error message continues to appear or you have a query about the article, you can contact our support team in writing at any time. To open a ticket, you can register or log in at the top right of this page.

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