According to the error msg: "System clock has been set back (-40)", here's the explanation and solution:
RLM is detecting clock-windback and not honoring expiring licenses.
RLM detects windback by looking for future-dated files (access and
modified times) in system directories. In many cases just running the
system for a little while with the correct date will access the future-dated
files and the problem will clear itself. Often a reboot helps too.
If it doesn't clear itself, you will have to go into those directories and look for
the offending files, and set them to the current time by accessing them.
On Windows, RLM is looking in \windows or \winnt, and examining the accessed
and modified timestamps on all the files there. You can find the offending file(s)
in a command window with the commands
dir /od /ta (displays and sorts on last access time)
dir /od /tw (displays and sorts on last write time)
On Unix/Linux systems, RLM is looking in /etc, /var/adm, and /var/log
'ls -ault' shows and sorts by access time; 'ls -aclt' shows and sorts by modify time.
Let us know whether your problem is solved. Thank you.