Workspace community need license?

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Community Server/Control Panel version: 12.5.2-637/3.5.0-516
Type of installation of Workspace (docker, deb/rpm, exe) :rpm
OS:Rocky Linux 9.3
Browser version: Google Chrome 120.0.6099.129

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Hi @boston,
Workspace Community Edition should not require a license file. Please provide the output of the command yum list installed | grep onlyoffice

It seems you have installed ONLYOFFICE Workspace Enterprise Edition because the Document Server package on your server is onlyoffice-documentserver-ee.
Please specify the command you used to launch the installation script.

I installed it according to the official documentation, and I don’t know why this happens.

Please specify the exact command you used to launch the script. We require it to check if the issue is reproduced in our environment.

bash -it WORKSPACE

Thank you for the info. We will try to reproduce the issue in our environment and I will let you know when we have some results.

Please execute the command history on the server => find the command you used to execute the installation script => make its screenshot and attach it here.

We have found out that the script can install the commercial version of Workspace if there is a typo in the -it WORKSPACE flag in the command bash -it WORKSPACE
So please confirm the command was entered with no typos.