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The key to resolving this quickly for your site is to refresh the license count in the QLA Server. The first thing to do is to check the number of available licenses in QLA Control Panel. If you determine that your licenses are all checked out, there are three different ways to resolve the problem.
The above mentioned files are located at the following location.
Mac OS: [drive]/Applications/Quark/Quark License Administrator/Server
Windows XP: [drive]:\Program Files\Quark\Quark License Administrator\Server
Windows 7 and later: [drive]:\Users\Public\Public Documents\Quark\Quark_License_Administrator\Server
This error is generated when no licenses remain in the license pool for checkout. This can happen for various reasons, the most common of which is that you or other users have crashed and immediately relaunched QuarkXPress. When this happens, QuarkXPress does not have an opportunity to notify the QLA Server that the previous license is no longer in use. When you or another user relaunches QuarkXPress, it claims a second license rather than refreshing the first license. As a result, two licenses are checked out for the same machine. If this happens frequently enough, the run count (number of licenses) are used up, and no further licenses can be granted by the QLA Server.