I would agree with Chris, you likely had keys with an expiration date for some reason. You can't simply change the dates on a key because the date is part of the key that you entered.

If you look in QHST for the past 70 days have you been getting any messages indicating the keys would expire in x number of days? Usually they pop in every hour for anything that is both in use and within the 70 days till expiration.

- Larry "DrFranken" Bolhuis

On 4/23/2012 1:45 PM, Chris Bipes wrote:
Our DR system is issued license keys that last 2 years. We have to tell our business partner via email that it is still used as DR and not production. They pass to ibm who then issues new keys that expire in two years. Perhaps you purchased as a development system greatly discounted and were issues a 3 year key.

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