Who is this article for?
CrashPlan for Enterprise, yes.
Code42 for Enterprise, yes.
CrashPlan for Small Business, no.
This article applies to on-premises authority servers.
Other available versions:
To warn you of an upcoming subscription-related issue, an alert appears on the Subscriptions screen and an email is sent to Code42 administrators. This article explains how to interpret, respond to, and configure the alert.
- Depending on your permissions and organization structure, you might need to select an organization on the Subscriptions screen to view its subscription alert.
Renew subscription alert
The following alert appears on the Subscriptions screen:
A renew subscription alert appears when:
- The number of subscriptions in use exceeds the number of subscriptions purchased.
- A subscription expires soon and has not yet been renewed. By default, the alert appears and email is sent 30 days prior to the renewal date. You can optionally adjust this warning time period.
- Your subscription level has been downgraded.
To refresh the alert, click the action menu and select Refresh Subscription Information.
If not resolved, this alert could result in:
- Lack of subscription coverage for users, meaning they cannot back up or restore
- Fewer available features
To resolve this alert, contact your Customer Success Manager (CSM) to ensure you maintain the subscription coverage you need.
Configure the subscription alert warning period
By default, the alert appears and the email is sent 30 days before the subscription expiration. You can configure this warning period as follows:
- Sign in to the Code42 console.
- Double-click the logo in the upper-left corner of the Code42 console.
The command-line interface appears in the Code42 console.
- Enter the following
prop.setcommand at the top of the command-line interface:
prop.set c42.license.alerter.warning.period.in.days <days> save all
<days> with the number of days before the renewal date. The default value is 30. The minimum value is 7 and the maximum value is 90.
Setting a new value with a
prop.setcommand overwrites any existing value.
- To verify the new setting in your Code42 environment, enter the following command:
The value of the property appears.