Load MatLab with Network License when Network is Unavailable
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I have a computer with MatLab 2018a.
It's license is based on Network (edu - university license) and was moved to a different location where this network is no longer avaliable.
I want to load the MatLab on that computer to copy files and setting that exists there but am unable to open it due to the license network issue.
Anything that I can do to manually load it w/o this network? I don't need to actually use it (old version anyway..) but I need to see the programs and it's files that I have there in order to set my new computers with ver 2022a/b in a way that we used to work with them
Jan on 24 Jun 2022
A network license is designed to work inside the specified network only. This is its nature. So you are asking for a break of the license. Of course you do not get instructions for this.
You do not have to run Matlab to see the M-Files. The folders belonging to the path are stored in the pathdef.m file, which is eitehr inside Matlab's installation folder or in the User folder - under Windows e.g. 'C:\Users\Jan\Documents\MATLAB'.
So what does "see the programs" mean? Why does copying which files require a running license? You do not have to start Matlab to copy files.