03-01-2017 07:35 PM
We install the latest licensing tool 11.13.2 on a 64 bit window 7 professional and the dot net framework version is 4.6.1. The installing process seems to go successfully, but when we launch the tool, it instantly show the error dialog below
From the licensing tool log file, it shows an error in Xaml Parse which is very confusing.
Appreciate all suggestions and ideas. I also include the log file.
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03-02-2017 05:27 AM
The stack trace in the log file indicates that this was actually caused by a problem somewhere deep in the .NET framework. The topmost trace in the call stack says that the MissingMethodException has been thrown while in System.Windows.SystemResources.ResourceDictionaries.LoadDictionary, which looks like a PresentationFramework internal method.
I think you should recheck your .NET installation on the machine.
03-09-2017 11:57 AM
The minimum framework for the latest licensing tool is 4.5.2, so I don't think we can downgrade to .NET 4.5
After trying to use the repair framework tool from Microsoft, the licensing tool starts to work.
Thank you for all suggestions
07-16-2018 07:08 AM
We encouter the same problem on two customer machines (Windows 7 x64).
We try to repair the .NET framework. No effect.
Is there a prerequisite for the 2018 license tool? In the download website: no prerequisite...
07-17-2018 02:22 AM
Our customer was already in 4.7 framework.
By installing the 4.7.1, license administrator works.
Seems that License Administrator needs something which is missing in some .NET framework installation.
It occured on 3 (Win 7 x64 .NET 4.7) machines on customer side.
Was OK on a (Win 7 x86 .NET 4.6) and (Win 2012 R2 x64 .NET 4.7).
It is hard to say to our customer to reinstall .NET framework on each end user machines...
07-17-2018 04:50 AM
Seems like uninstalling old Intergraph Licensing damages the .NET framework...
Will be difficult to explain this to our customers...
07-17-2018 06:22 AM
This isn't a solution to your problem but I wondered why you are installing the License Administrator on machines? All of the products have a Configuration Wizard that allows you to configure licenses and access host IDs so the only benefit of installing the license administrator is to view concurrent license usage which is not a requirement for our customer machines so I don't install the License Administrator.