If the License Manager indicates your operating system license is expired, check the system clock by entering the date(C) command. If the date is incorrect, log in as root (or the system owner) and run the setclk(ADM) command. This updates the system time with that of the battery-powered hardware clock (CMOS).
If the date is still incorrect, use this form of the
command to update the system clock:
where MMDDhhmmYY is the correct time in month-day-hour-minute-year format. For example, here is the correct entry for 9:31 AM on August 31, 2005:
Once you have changed the clock time to reflect the current time, reboot your system, start the License Manager and check to see if the license has changed from ``Expired'' to ``Yes.'' Your operating system license should be fully operational within the options specified by the license.
The expiration information for licenses is shown in the main display for the License Manager under the ``Status'' field. If you have an expiring license, the display reads Valid Until date.