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Intel® Parallel Studio XE 2016 update 1 for Windows* - Issues updating via Intel Software Manager

Intel® Parallel Studio XE 2016 update 1 is ready for download in Intel Registration Center. If you are attempting to download a Windows* version from Intel Software Manager, you may run into issues.

To see workarounds please refer to: https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/Intel-Parallel-Studio-XE-2016-update1-Windows-updating-via-Intel-Software-Manager

Noga

Show Expired Serial Numbers: Does not list the expired numbers

Hi,

I have licenses for ... Composer Edition for Fortran Windows since Version 2013.

The original name of the software was 'Intel_Visual_Fortran_Composer_XE_for_Windows' as far as I understand. Then the product was renamed to 'Intel Parallel Studio XE Composer Edition for Fortran Windows'. This is the current name for Version 2016.

In the Registration Center the product 'Intel_Visual_Fortran_Composer_XE_for_Windows' is not listed. Even if I list 'expired products'.

We can't install Intel Parallel Studio XE Cluster Edition for Linux due to license problems

We want to install Intel Parallel Studio XE on our CentOS 7 cluster. Although we are using an evaluate license, which is valid until the 18th Juli, the response of the installer is:

The license file(s) you provided is not valid for this product.

We also tried to activate using the serial number, which caused the same error. The error is occurring with the online and the full package installer. We ran the installer both in root mode and in user mode.

Thanks for your help.

Installation in a shared directory

I have the Intel®Parallel Studio XE Cluster Edition for Linux* (for student-use only). I have successfully installed the studio in a network-shared directory that is mounted at /scratch/opt/intel. During installation, a license file has created in a local directory at (/opt/intel/licenses). When I try to use any of the studio tools (icc, icpc, mpirun, etc.) on my compute nodes which also can access the shared directory, I encounter the licensing error:

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Is your license file in the right location and readable?

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