"File Server not licensed" indicates that your RSCD Agent running on the Fileserver (mppdadc104) is not licensed.
You can verify it using agentinfo command as:
1) Start nsh
2) run "agentinfo mppdadc104"
3) In the outout, check the "License Status" details. If it is licenced, you should see "Licensed for NSH/CM".
If the Agent is not licensed, you will have to license it using whatever approach your organization follows like autolic or getlic/putlic.
Please find agentinfo output from file server.
Agent Release : 188.8.131.529
Hostname : mppaddc104
Operating System: WindowsNT 6.0 (x86_64)
User Permissions: BladeLogicRSCD@MPPADDC104->administrator@MPPADDC104:Privileg
eMapped (Identity via trust)
Security : Protocol=5, Encryption=TLS1
Host ID : 149A2AE4
# of Processors : 4
License Status : Licensed for NSH/CM
As per the Error, its shown that your file server is Not licensed,restart RSCD agent service,check conf files like export,user,user.local file...from the nsh prompt check weather you are able to access the file server machine or not? Because Mapping file server agent to nonprivledged account prevents appserver startup.so check the user mapping...
I am able to access fileserver machine from nsh promt. and also export, user etc files are good. My BBSA application was working fine before I converted my physical servers to Virtual machines. I have not changed any files after the conversion.
licensing is based on the number of CPU's that an agent can detect. if you have converted P2V then this could be getting detected differently. Just focus on the file server agent and perhaps re-license it. Your problem area is somewhere with the file server agent
If you use autolic for licensing your Agents, you can license it for the maximum no of CPUs the VM can have.
for e.g. if your Appserver VM can have max of 8 CPUs, you can license it for 8 CPUs using bellow command:
autolic -c 8 <USERNAME> <PASSWORD> mppaddc104
Found the solution with the help of BMC support. I had mutiple deployment services xml. I have deleted those and it started working.