License management software client
Some software licenses at Swarthmore stipulate that only a certain number of users can have the application open at a time. Swarthmore uses a program called KeyServer to manage number of simultaneous users and "keys" the software to make sure we aren't exceeding the number of licenses we are allowed. If you are using an application that is keyed, you also need to install the KeyAccess program, which communicates with the KeyServer when you open and close the program.
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If you have manually set up personal Firewall software on your OS X computer, then you will need to explicitly enable two incoming ports before KeyAccess can connect with the KeyServer (and therefore before your keyed software will run). You will need to enable UDP port 19283 and UDP port 19315 for incoming access (from "source" the internet to "destination" your computer).
64-bit KeyAccess for Windows
32-bit KeyAccess for Windows
KeyAccess for Mac