Several things to put into the mix.
The User Log is on a per server basis. So, if you have 3 servers, you need 3 user logs for the same time period to track logins and logouts during
Remember that the user log is tracking only logins and logouts that occur during that timeframe. So, if you have users who were already on the system
and who remained on the system during the interval, they would not show up in the user log although they are active.
There is a screen named Manage Licenses that shows the current active users on the system. You can look at registered users or active users and you
can look at them by license type. It is important to understand that when using this screen to look at current users, it shows the current users for ONE server – the one that you happen to be talking to. So, the list of current users doesn’t reflect the
entire load on the system. You would have to make sure you are connected to each of the three servers and get lists from each and merge them.
4) The License Audit feature will give you a count of registered users for Fixed licenses (that should match what is in all versions of the Manage Licenses screen). It is a count of the current active floating users across servers – we have a coordination of these licenses to make sure a user is counted only one time even if they are touching different servers in the server group.
So, you can see where depending on what sources you are looking at – single server information or across server information – you can see differences in counts. If you get information from cross-server sources (or merge the data across servers in the group), you should find that the numbers match what is reported by the license audit.
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Ok...according to user log....which user log from which server, during which time frame? As I understand it the License audit runs during an interval and takes that as a sampling....I know that it uses information from the machine the audit is run against....but I don't know what details they are using unfortunately.
What sort of numbers are we talking about?....Fixed, Floating...how off are your numbers from theirs?....what tools are you utilizing to show how many users you are using?
On Thu, Mar 8, 2018 at 11:01 AM, Thomas Miskiewicz <email@example.com> wrote: