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Electronic License Management System (ELMS)

Aim

The ELMS portal provides a web interface for select ICT students to obtain license codes and download media for select VMware and Microsoft development tools.

The main purpose of ELMS is to provide students with an online interface where they can download VMware and Microsoft Imagine software with ease.

Instructions

Usage Guidelines

Please see Microsoft Imagine Usage Guidelines for details.

Login Problems

Access to ELMS is via:

Microsoft Imagine ELMS Login Page

VMware ELMS Login Page

To login you must use your SIMS username and password.

If you can not log in using your SIMS details, either your SIMS details are wrong, your SIMS account has been locked or you are not eligible for access to ELMS.

To check if your account is locked attempt to log into My.Swinburne, if you find your account is indeed locked contact the ITS service desk on 92145000.

If your SIMS account is not locked and you still can't gain access, communicate this to your convener/coordinator who needs to contact the relevant authorities and request access for the subject.

ELMS for FSET students

ELMS (Microsoft Imagine) is available to all students who are studying one or more current FSET subjects.

ELMS for Centre for Business, Design and ICT students

ELMS (Microsoft Imagine and VMware) is available to all students who are studying one or more current CBDI subjects.

ELMS for Depart of Information Systems and Logistics students

ELMS (Microsoft Imagine) is available to all students who are studying one or more current IS subjects.


Access is allocated based on subject enrollment in a current subject.


Downloading from ELMS

When download is selected from the ELMS checkout a small program will be downloaded, this is NOT the software, it is a download client. Run the program (e.g. 123.exe) on a computer running Windows. This program will download a .iso or a .img to c:\temp. Once the file has been downloaded it can be burned to a disk or copied to a flash drive. Please Note: The Download Manager ONLY works on Windows.

Physical media is not available.