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Removing SPI (expired)

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Hi HP,

 

I have checked the SPI that I have in my NNMI 9.0 which is "HP Network Node Manager ISP Network Engineering Toolset Software". Unfortunately, this SPI has expired.

 

My question is how can I remove it from my application because I'm receiving a notifications in the application regarding this expiration.

 

thank you

 

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Hello,

 

To remove the license and stop the notifications you will need to run

 

nnmlicense.ovpl iSPI-NET -g

 

Then click on Remove License Key. Select the iSPI-NET license, check Remove Licenses Permanently and then click Remove. Example screenshot below.

 

 

Just a quick note.

 

Removing license keys is only possible via the license
manager GUI.

HP Support
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Hello,

 

To remove the license and stop the notifications you will need to run

 

nnmlicense.ovpl iSPI-NET -g

 

Then click on Remove License Key. Select the iSPI-NET license, check Remove Licenses Permanently and then click Remove. Example screenshot below.

 

 

Just a quick note.

 

Removing license keys is only possible via the license
manager GUI.

HP Support
If you find that this or any post resolves your issue, please be sure to mark it as an accepted solution.

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