Operating systems that support RLM dongles

A Reprise License Manager (RLM) dongle is a hardware key that is used to lock software access to the machine on which it is physically installed.

You can use RLM dongles in situations where you cannot:

  • Release any system information, such as MAC addresses or IP addresses

  • Share a license server between multiple sites

For more information about RLM dongles, see the RLM License Administration Manual published by Reprise Software, Inc.

To use an RLM dongle, you must first download and install the necessary RLM driver for your Windows or Linux system.

The hostid type for RLM dongles is RLMid1.

Install the necessary drivers for RLMid1 devices

  1. In your browser, go to the Thales Customer Support Portal.

    Note: Thales is the official provider for RLM HASP dongle drivers.

  2. In the search bar, type "HASP LDK Runtime Installer" and press Enter.

  3. Under Refine Search Results, filter your search results as follows:

    • Product: select Sentinel HASP.

    • Category: select Drivers & Runtime Packages.

    • Operating System: select Windows or Linux.

  4. From the search results, select the appropriate HASP LDK Runtime Installer.

  5. Next to Click here to download file, select the link.

  6. To agree to the End User License Agreement and download the driver, click I accept.

    Tip: To accept the agreement, you may need to scroll down the page first.

  7. Install the downloaded driver.


  • RLM Dongle driver installation requires root permissions on Linux and Administrator permissions on Windows.

  • After installing RLM Dongles on Windows, restart the Validate Servers.