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Win 9x/Me Users
When prompted to save the file, save it to a temporary folder. Double click on "w9xdll.exe". Type the full path to where CAEPIPE program files are located. When finished, REBOOT YOUR COMPUTER before executing CAEPIPE.EXE.
SuperProNet Key Not Found
If you get a "*** SuperProNet key not found *** status = 3" message:
A. Make sure your hardware key (USB key is black or purple in color) when connected shows a steady green LED light (only on USB keys, LPT key has no LED light on it). If not, see C below. If the light does not come on, it may be indicative of a faulty hardware key. Contact us for a new one.
B. Make sure your hardware key is connected and the hardware key driver is installed.
C. If the key is connected and the driver installed, try connecting the key to a different LPT/USB port (and restarting the computer).
D. Further troubleshooting techniques to resolve this specific error are covered on the following pages:
Please verify that each setting described in the links above is correctly configured on your machine. This will eliminate most of the root causes leading to the SuperProNet key error.
Wrong Serial Number
If you get a "*** Protection Error *** Serial..." message:
A. If you have multiple stand alone keys in your possession, the CD used in installation must have the same serial # as the key.
B. If you have multiple network keys in your possession and multiple servers, the NSP_HOST (more details) must point to the server with the same serial # as the CD used in installation.
C. OR, we could have goofed up by sending you a version file mismatched to the hardware key. Our apologies...contact us for a solution.
All Licenses Are Currently In Use
If you get a "*** All licenses are currently in use ***" message:
A. All licenses availible are being used.
B. In rare instances, if a computer using a network license was to crash or exit CAEPIPE inappropriately, a network license might not have been released. This would cause the server to believe the computer is still using CAEPIPE and make it unavailible to anyone else. Rebooting the server or restarting the Sentinal Protection Server service (more details) will resolve the problem.
Safe-net also makes available an online hardware key monitoring tool that shows how many licenses are in use and which IP addresses they are currently assigned to. Instructions on how to use this tool can be found on Page 5 of the Safenet Readme.pdf document.