If you have a "normal" license file, open the license file in a text editor, and the expiration date (last day you can use it) is listed on the "INCREMENT" line
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I'd rather be e-steamed than e-diseaseled
I thought there was a handy way to do it in the GUI which I was missing. I don't expect to have to sift through all that verbose rigmarole in the license file. I'm not a "nerd".
You can use the licensing tools shipping with NX.
Inside of a Windows command prompt execute the following lines.
cd /d %UGII_BASE_DIR%\ugf* lmutil lmstat -i -c %SPLM_LICENSE_SERVER%
This lists all licenses in a table with their amount, expiration dates and other useful information.
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