The License Usage Report provides the summary and detailed information on system license usage as it is reported to the Enterprise License Manager.
Usage details are available by license type, users, and unassigned devices. Usage information is updated once daily, and may be updated manually by clicking on Update Usage Details. Clicking Update Usage Details is a resource intensive process and may take a few minutes depending on the size of your system. There is a link provided to review the Unified Communications licensing information in "View all license type descriptions and device classifications".
The Status message displays if there is an alarm or licensing alert (license non-compliance). See Alarms alerts and license status notification for further information on status messages. See License Compliance for further information on license compliance and non-compliance.
The License Requirements by Type table shows the current system license requirements. It shows current license usage (number of licenses required) by license type and summarizes the number of users and unassigned devices that are requiring licenses by license type. The Report links by license type are provided by (number of) Users or (number of) Unassigned devices and allow drill-down links. For the User report, the user id link provides details on user configuration per the user id. The view details link provides license requirements per user id. For the Unassigned Devices report, the Device Type and License Type that is required is displayed for each unassigned device.
License Usage Reports are also available summarized by Users and Unassigned devices. The Users row lists the total number of users configured on the system. View Usage Report for the users provides a report for all users configured on the system and their corresponding license requirements. View Usage Report for the Unassigned Devices shows the total number of unassigned devices (devices with no associated user).
Assigning a user ID to a device using Cisco Unified Communications Administration moves the device from "Unassigned Devices" to "Users" in the License Usage Report. However, adding a device to the list of controlled devices for an end user does not modify the "License Usage Report" results for the device. For more information about assigning devices to users, refer to the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration Guide.
This Enterprise License Manager section shows if the Unified Communications Manager is managed by an Enterprise License Manager. If it has been added to an Enterprise License Manager product inventory, it provides a link to the Enterprise License Manager server login page. The Unified Communications Manager must connect with the Enterprise License Manager at lease once every 24 hours. This connection and communications of license requirements from the Unified Communications Manager and Enterprise License Manager is called synchronization. The Enterprise License Manager status shows the Time and date stamp of the last successful synchronization between the Unified Communications Manager and Enterprise License Manager.