Enterprise Recon 2.0.31
This section covers the following topics:
- Master Server License
- Target Licenses
- Download ER2 License File
- View License Details
- Upload License File
- Data Allowance
Master Server License
For more information, see our End User License Agreement.
|Target Type||License Agreement|
Licensed by data allowance and requires 1 server license per server instance.
A server is a local computer running any of the following operating systems on a physical host machine or virtual machine:
The same license terms apply to any accessible storage that can be scanned remotely with ER2.
Data allowance is the amount of data scanned, in terabytes (TB). See Data Allowance for more information.
1 license per database server.
Database servers are licensed individually. If using a clustered database, each node must be individually licensed. The license covers all databases within a database server or database node.
Teradata Targets are licensed differently. See Teradata for more information.
|1 license per web domain. Web Targets are licensed on a per-domain basis.|
|Workstations||1 license per workstation. (Windows and macOS).|
|Office 365||1 license per Office 365 user. For Office 365 Mail and OneDrive for Business Targets.|
|Microsoft Exchange Server (EWS)||1 license per Exchange mailbox.|
|Google Apps||Per-user license across Google Mail, Google Calendars, Google Tasks, and Google Drive storage.|
|Dropbox (for individuals)||1 license per Dropbox (for individuals) user.|
|Box Enterprise||1 license per Box business user.|
|Amazon S3 Bucket||1 license per Bucket.|
|Azure Queues / Tables /BLOB||1 license per Queue. 1 license per Table. 1 license per BLOB.|
|Rackspace Cloud Files||1 Rackspace Storage license per Rackspace Cloud Files container.|
|IBM / Lotus Notes||1 license per IBM / Lotus Notes user.|
|IMAP / IMAPS Mailboxes||1 license per internet mailbox (IMAP/IMAPS).|
|IBM Informix||Licensed by data allowance. Data allowance is the amount of data scanned, in terabytes (TB). See Data Allowance for more information.|
|Teradata||Licensed by data allowance. Data allowance is the amount of data scanned, in terabytes (TB). See Data Allowance for more information.|
|Tibero||Licensed by data allowance. Data allowance is the amount of data scanned, in terabytes (TB). See Data Allowance for more information.|
|SharePoint Server||SharePoint Server is licensed by data allowance and requires 1 server license per database server or cluster. Data allowance is the amount of data scanned, in terabytes (TB). See Data Allowance for more information.|
|SharePoint Online||SharePoint Online is licensed by data allowance. Data allowance is the amount of data scanned, in terabytes (TB). See Data Allowance for more information.|
For Targets licensed by data volume, ER2 checks if the total volume of data scanned is within the data allowance limit for that Target when the scan completes. See Data Allowance for more information.
Download ER2 License File
You must download a license file to activate ER2.
- Go to Ground Labs Services Portal and log in.
- In the Home tab, scroll down to the Licenses Available section.
Find Enterprise Recon 2.0 in the Product column and click Download License.In the Services Portal Complex UI, download the ER2 license by going to License > Enterprise Recon 2.0 in the navigation menu at the top of the page.
Do not click on manually assign | download to download your license file. This downloads a general license file which does not work with ER2.
View License Details
Expand the navigation menu, ENTERPRISE RECON . From the MY ACCOUNT > LICENSE DETAILS page, you can view your ER2 license details, and manage licensed Targets.
The top left of the License Details page displays a summary of your ER2 licenses.
- Licensed To: Name that is registered to the ER2 license via the Ground Labs Services Portal.
- Expires: Date on which your license expires.
List of Licenses
This table displays the number of licenses used in this installation of ER2:
|Type||License pools for a given Target type. See Target Type.|
|Total||“x/y” where x is the number of licenses assigned and y is the total number of licenses available for this installation of ER2.|
List of Assigned Targets
When you expand the Target Assignment section, you can view the list of assigned targets.
|Target Name||Licensed Target names.|
|License Used||The Target type license pool from which the Target is assigned a license.|
|Delete||Delete the Target permanently from ER2 and return its license to the license pool.
This permanently removes all records associated with the Target from ER2.
The Ground Labs End User License Agreement only allows you to delete a Target if it has been permanently decommissioned.
Upload License File
Expired or expiring licenses must be replaced by uploading a new license file.
To upload a new license file:
- On the top right of the License Details page, click +Upload License File.
- In the Upload License File dialog box, click Choose File.
- In the Open window, locate and select the License File and click Open.
- In the Upload License File dialog box, click Upload.
The following Targets use a data allowance license:
- Server Targets
- IBM Informix databases
- Teradata databases
- Tibero databases
- Hadoop clusters
- SharePoint Server
- SharePoint Online
Data allowance Targets are licensed by volume of data scanned per instance of ER2. This is a data allowance that is applied to all data allowance Targets for that instance of ER2. The amount of data allowance consumed is the total size of all scanned data allowance Target locations.
Adding data allowance Targets in the Web Console does not count towards the data allowance license. ER2 calculates the amount of data scanned only after the scan is complete. If the volume of data scanned exceeds the data allowance available, the scan will still be allowed to complete. But ER2 will not display scan results and reports for data allowance Targets and server Targets that contain data allowance Target locations. Update the ER2 license with sufficient data allowance to view results and continue scanning data allowance Targets.