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Could not find the main class: OvLicCLI

Hi, I am trying to install AM5.2 on a windows 2008 R2 server 64 bit.

The installation seems ok, it is created under
"C:\Program Files(x86)\...."
But when I try to run AutoPass and activate my license I get this error message!
"Could not find the main class: OvLicCLI"

For me this indicates that the class are missing in the classpath.
Wich leads into the HpOvLic directory under
"C:\common files\Helett-Packard\"
This structure is missing.

So my main question is! Is it possible to even run AM.5.2 under a 64 bit OS?

//Ulf!
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Hi Ulf,

 

The answer maybe too late as two years has passed when I see this post.

I met the similar problem with OvLicCLI class while running autopass, and searched on Internet, but found nothing useful.

 

About your last question: Is it possible to even run AM.5.2 under a 64 bit OS?

 

The answer is YES

 

The point is no matter 32/64 OS it is, install 32-bit JVM.

Because OvLicJNI.dll is 32-bit DLL, and it is not supported by 64-bit JVM.

 

BTW, JAVA_HOME and PATH must be set after installing JVM.

 

Hope it will help someone who came here for the same reason. 🙂

 

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This reply is intended for future readers:

 

Support of Windows Server 2008 R2 was first introduced in Asset Manager 9.30 release; this platform was not validated in Asset Manager 5.2x.

 

The workarounds to the issue is discussed in this article:

 

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