OSC Site Licensed Software

Use of the software described below is for students currently enrolled at the College of Optical Sciences and for educational purposes ONLY. By using the links in this page a student confirms and agrees to use the software for educational proposes ONLY and not for consulting services or other unauthorized use.

The following software on this page required the use of UAWiFI or the U of A VPN client to run. Please download, install, and connect to the VPN client with your UANetID username and password before starting the software.

University Site Licensed Software for Students:

AutoDesk, Matlab, Solidworks, Etc.

http://softwarelicense.arizona.edu/students

U of A VPN Client:   

Information: https://it.arizona.edu/service/ua-virtual-private-network-vpn

Download: http://softwarelicense.arizona.edu/cisco-anyconnect-vpn-client

ASAP Saguaro:

Please email helpdesk@optics.arizona.edu for the password to the following page:

https://wp.optics.arizona.edu/helpdesk/osc-site-licensed-software/other-links/

CodeV:

Download:

Please email helpdesk@optics.arizona.edu for the password to the following page:

https://wp.optics.arizona.edu/helpdesk/osc-site-licensed-software/other-links/

Installation: Run the installer. At the “License installation Options” screen select Floating (network) license and use the following hostname: license.optics.arizona.edu

* Remember you must be connected to the U of A VPN to use this software offsite.

FRED:

Our FRED network key is only valid when there is an active class going on that uses it.

Download and install FRED from the following link:     http://photonengr.com/fred-software/fred-release-downloads/

To have FRED find the license server you must download and extract a registry file to your computer. Once extracted you can double click the file to add the license server registry key to your computer. Once you have run the registry key you will need to reboot your computer for the license to take effect.

FRED Registry Key

* Remember you must be connected to the U of A VPN to use this software offsite.

If you are a university student and need FRED, you can request an individual softkey user license from them.

LightTools:

Please email helpdesk@optics.arizona.edu for the password to the following page:

https://wp.optics.arizona.edu/helpdesk/osc-site-licensed-software/other-links/

Installation: Run the installer. At the “License installation Options” screen select Floating License and use the following Server Hostname: license.optics.arizona.edu

* Remember you must be connected to the U of A VPN to use this software offsite.

LucidShape:

Please email helpdesk@optics.arizona.edu for the password to the following page:

https://wp.optics.arizona.edu/helpdesk/osc-site-licensed-software/other-links/

Installation: Fully install the software. The first time you open the program you will be prompted for a license check failed. In the “License Model Selection” select: floating. For the Floating Server use: license.optics.arizona.edu

* Remember you must be connected to the U of A VPN to use this software offsite.

LucidDrive:

Please email helpdesk@optics.arizona.edu for the password to the following page:

https://wp.optics.arizona.edu/helpdesk/osc-site-licensed-software/other-links/

Installation: Fully install the software. The first time you open the program you will be prompted for a license check failed. Close the program and navagate to: %userprofile%\.Lucid\LucidDrive\2017.12 Edit the LucidLicensing.ini file. For ORA_LSHOST line, please change it to this value: ORA_LSHOST=license.optics.arizona.edu

* Remember you must be connected to the U of A VPN to use this software offsite.

OpticsforHire:

This free search engine so engineers and researchers can search multiple lens catalogs at once.  Instead of visiting Tamron, Edmund, Thor and others to find the right lens, you can just go to ones site and search 8 catalogs and 2000+ lenses.

http://www.opticsforhire.com/lens-search

OpTaliX:

Download from:

License Server:           http://distance.optics.arizona.edu/software/OpTaliX/HASPUserSetup.exe

Installer:          http://distance.optics.arizona.edu/software/OpTaliX/optalix_pro_setup_818.exe

Update after installer has been run:            http://distance.optics.arizona.edu/software/OpTaliX/optalix_pro_update_910.exe

Once the license server is installed, open an internet browser and navigate to:        http://localhost:1947/

On the left hand column click Configuration. Click the tab “Access to Remote License Managers.” Under “Remote License Search Parameters” add the license server IP address:     128.196.206.61           Click Submit

* Remember you must be connected to the U of A VPN to use this software offsite.

OpticsBuilder:

Download:     https://my.zemax.com/en-US/opticsbuilder-downloads/

OpticsBuilder uses a network license server you must configure if you are not hard wired into the OSC network.

Once OpticsBuilder is installed open up the following page:      http://localhost:1947/

Click Configuration on the left hand side of the page.

On the Configuration page click the tab Access to Remote License Managers

Verify the check box is checked for the option: Allow Access to Remote Licenses

Verify the check box is checked for the option: Broadcast Search for Remote Licenses

Check the box: Aggressive Search for Remote Licenses

Add the OpticsBuilder license server IP address to Remote License Search Parameters: 128.196.206.61

Click Submit

* Remember you must be connected to the U of A VPN to use this software offsite.

OptiLayer:

You will need to email helpdesk@optics.arizona.edu and request the College User ID used in downloading and installing this software.

Download from:   http://www.optilayer.com/downloads

Once installed open the file listed below:

C:\Users\Public\Documents\OptiLayer\gnclient.ini

Make this change to the following setting:

[server]

ip_name = 128.196.206.61

Save and open OptiLayer.

* Remember you must be connected to the U of A VPN to use this software offsite.

OSLO:

Download: OSLO2019_Premium_Installer

Once OSLO is installed, open a web browser and go to the following page:

http://localhost:22350/Configuration/server_search_list.html

This is where we will add the license server.

Click Add New Server, and type IP address:  128.196.206.61

Click Add.   Click Apply.

*Make sure you are connected to the UA VPN Client and start TracePro.

* Remember you must be connected to the U of A VPN to use this software offsite.

Rhino V5 Windows Version Only:

Do not upgrade to version 6.

Zoo Server: license.optics.arizona.edu

Download: https://www.rhino3d.com/download/rhino/5/latest

Setting up Rhino for Windows

If Rhino is already installed, run Rhino and click Tools → Options → Licenses. Select your Rhino license and click Convert. Close and restart Rhino. During restart, select Network Node and then specify the name of your Zoo server.
When installing Rhino, select Network Node and then specify the name of your Zoo server.

* Remember you must be connected to the U of A VPN to use this software offsite.

RSoft Component Design Suite:

Please email helpdesk@optics.arizona.edu for the password to the following page:

https://wp.optics.arizona.edu/helpdesk/osc-site-licensed-software/other-links/

Installation: Run the installer. At the “License Type Setup” screen select: Network (Client Installation) Floating (network) license and use the following hostname for the Network License Server: license.optics.arizona.edu

* Remember you must be connected to the U of A VPN to use this software offsite.

RSoft System Tools:

Please email helpdesk@optics.arizona.edu for the password to the following page:

https://wp.optics.arizona.edu/helpdesk/osc-site-licensed-software/other-links/

Installation: Run the installer. At the “License Type Setup” screen select: Netowrk (Client Installation) Floating (network) Client license and use the following hostname for the Network License Server: license.optics.arizona.edu

* Remember you must be connected to the U of A VPN to use this software offsite.

SigFit:

Please email helpdesk@optics.arizona.edu for the password to the following page:

https://wp.optics.arizona.edu/helpdesk/osc-site-licensed-software/other-links/

Installation: Run the installer. At the “Flexnet License Server” screen type: 27001@license.optics.arizona.edu

* Remember you must be connected to the U of A VPN to use this software offsite.

Sophos AntiVirus for Windows:

Download from:   http://fp.optics.arizona.edu/sophoswin.zip

Synopsys

SYNOPSYS™ Download

Click the above button to download a free trial copy of SYNOPSYS™.

Synopsys uses a license file you must copy into the C:\Synopsys directory. A compressed version is available if the license file does not download properly.

License File     (Right Click and Save As)

License File Compressed

When you open Synopsys you will get a message about a key not found. Click OK, then select “Let me run over a network with a group license.”

* Remember you must be connected to the U of A VPN to use this software offsite.

TracePro:

https://lambdares.com/edu/

The license is good for one year, and includes TracePro-XP, RayViz and OSLO.

It also includes technical support for the educator

VirtualLab Fusion :

Download:      Wyrowski/Virtuallab.zip

Extract the Zip file and run start.exe

Virtual Lab uses a network license server you must configure, once Virtual Lab is installed open up the following page:      http://localhost:1947/

Click Configuration on the left hand side of the page.

On the Configuration page click the tab Access to Remote License Managers

Verify the check box is checked for the option: Allow Access to Remote Licenses

Verify the check box is checked for the option: Broadcast Search for Remote Licenses

Check the box: Aggressive Search for Remote Licenses

Add the OSC license server IP address to Remote License Search Parameters: 128.196.206.61

Click Submit

Launch Virtual Lab

Zemax OpticStudio:

Download:      Zemax can be downloaded from Zemax.com, however you will need to be associated with the U of A license. Please request a Zemax account by emailing helpdesk@optics.arizona.edu

Zemax uses a network license server you must configure if you are not hard wired into the OSC network.

Once Zemax is installed open up the following page:      http://localhost:1947/

Click Configuration on the left hand side of the page.

On the Configuration page click the tab Access to Remote License Managers

Verify the check box is checked for the option: Allow Access to Remote Licenses

Add the Zemax license server IP address to Remote License Search Parameters: 128.196.206.61

Click Submit

Launch Zemax

* Remember you must be connected to the U of A VPN to use this software offsite.