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Using Netlink, when we have more users than Mathematica licenses (used in a pool), we get messages such as:

Error code: 11. Connected MathLink program has closed the link, but there might still be data underway,

that I translate into a more user friendly message.

There's a Wolfram License Management Monitor on a server and it generates these reports:

Ref: http://uczelnia.mazovia.edu.pl/info/mathematica.html enter image description here

Unfortunately the License Server is locked down (its still in the network unlike this: How to access Mathematica license server (being outside of the local network)) and I can't install IIS or a Windows Service to retrieve the License Report on demand.

Is there a command that can be used in Mathematica (via Netlink or Front-End) to get this information?

Update

As per http://reference.wolfram.com/mathematica/ref/program/monitorlm.html, I can't get this command to work:

monitorlm  "servername"
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Is that not an executable command? eg here it'd be run from the command line as /usr/local/math/MathLM800/bin/monitorlm license (for example) –  acl Nov 21 '13 at 9:34
    
Thanks for the comment, in the environment I am working in.. it wont fly, unfortunately my hands are tied. Hence my recommendation is to shell the exe with a script to capture the details. –  WolframFan Nov 21 '13 at 9:59
    
You will have to get proper privileges to access mathlm. A license user does (quite probably by design) not have access to the license server. –  Yves Klett Dec 21 '13 at 12:51

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monitorlm is an exe that sits on a License Server, its not a Mathematica command.

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This is perhaps more suited to a comment (sans screenshot)? –  Yves Klett Dec 21 '13 at 12:46
    
Whats Sans Screenshot? how do I post a image in a comment? –  WolframFan Dec 21 '13 at 23:54
    
You don't. As I understand your question, this is not an answer to it. Perhaps you can elaborate. –  Yves Klett Dec 22 '13 at 6:52

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