Innovyze License Administrator ILA

The Innovyze License Administrator (ILA) installer will run on a computer with the details below:



HardwareIntel® or AMD 1GHz x64 processor with 2GB RAMIntel® or AMD 3GHz x64 (multi-core) processor with 16GB RAM
Operating SystemMicrosoft® Windows® 10 & 11 64-bit onlyMicrosoft® Windows® 10 and 11 64-bit only*
Disk Space500MB + OS Min100GB+ Solid State Hard Drive
Monitor1,024 x 768 resolution or above SVGA display1920 x 1080 resolution or above SVGA display
Video CardDirectX 11 compatible with 64MB RAMDirectX 11 compatible with at least 1GB RAM
PrintersAll Windows© printers supportedAll Windows© printers supported

ILA requires a 64-bit version of Windows. 

*Windows 2012, 2016, and 2019 are also compatible with the server components, such as network licenses.

For both fixed and floating licenses,  authentication of license requests between the machine and Innovyze's cloud licensing systems is required using TLS1.2, meaning a connection to the internet is necessary. For fixed licenses, the machine doing this communication is the client where our software is installed; for floating licenses, the communication is the license server where the licenses have been associated. For external communications between the installed systems and Innovyze, the machine requires access to the * domain.

Floating licenses also require port 5093 to be open using the UDP protocol for inbound traffic on the license server. This is needed for internal communications between client machines and the server. See Troubleshooting Network Licenses

Where license requests through a proxy server are required, see Using a Proxy Server for details on how this can be configured.

To apply and use a fixed license, the Windows feature Windows Sandbox must be disabled on the local machine. This Windows feature causes conflicts with the licensing services, and it must be switched off in order to use fixed licenses.
In order to install the software license successfully the date and time on the local machine must be within 15 minutes of the date and time on the web-based entitlement management system. The ILA will attempt to verify the local date and time with a Network Time Protocol (NTP) server. ( or using the User Datagram Protocol (UDP) on port 123. Where a custom NTP server definition is required for local date and time verification, see Silent Installing the Innovyze License Administrator for details on how this can be configured.