Citrix License Usage: LMSTAT

To quickly find the count of citrix licenses used run the following command:
C:\Program Files\Citrix\Licensing\LS>lmstat -a | find /i “licenses”

If lmstat -a results in the fillowing error do the following:
lmpath location: “C:\Program Files\Citrix\Licensing\LS”

First, make sure you point first to your citrix_startup.lic file  Run the following command:
lmpath -add CITRIX “C:\Program Files\Citrix\Licensing\MyFiles\citrix_startup.lic”

After you run the above lmpath -add command, drop any additional license files in the  C:\Program Files\citrix\Licensing\MyFiles directory.
Note: you can manually add any additional files if you want by running the following: lmpath -add CITRIX “C:\Program Files\Citrix\Licensing\MyFiles\1.lic;C:\Program Files\Citrix\Licensing\MyFiles\1.lic”

If you recieve any of the following errors: First check citrix_startup.lic is in your lmstat path, if not add it.
Error: (CITRIX) DENIED: “MPS_ENT_CCU”  [FECC5FE3] (License server system does not support this version of this feature. (-25,334)) (CITRIX) DENIED: “MPS_ENT_CCU”  [FECC5FE3] (No such feature exists. (-5,341))  Errors above retrieved from –> C:\Program Files\citrix\Licensing\LS\lmgrd_debug.log Note: restart citrix licensing service to recreate the lmgrd_debug.log file.

The “lmstat -a” command should now be fixed and ready to run.

Citrix LMSTAT.exe context:
C:\Program Files\Citrix\Licensing\LS>lmstat /?


About Murugan B Iyyappan

Working as a Technical Specialist - Citrix solutions architect with 13 years of experience in the IT industry. Expertise in Citrix XenApp and VMware in Windows platform.
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