Is there anyone that can help me with this?
I am trying to export my license so i can work from home but the utility isn't working.
I always get that message:
License Export Confirmation
Product: AutoCAD 2010
Serial number: 351-XXXXXXX
Export Request Failed
The serial number you entered is not valid. Try again. (1)
Click the "Try Again" link to resubmit the request.
The number is the right one and it didn't create any error when installing...
Why does AutoDesk doesn't want me to work from home??? :-(
Well... you khat?
I did try to activate it again and did have the same kind of error message "The serial number you entered is not valid. Try again."
This license is a standalone...
So i did email him and he wrote me back that i was upgraded to 2011 so my 2010 serial number is no longer valid !!!!
Funny because i didn't know... neither did my PC who still using 2010... i won't tell him: he might get upset and stop starting my AutoCAD 2010.
Thanks for your help.
Apologies for swooping in on this thread, though my search was motivated by a user's similar issue just now.
One reason not to move to a new package when a subscription is upgraded is that a user, or a company's entire team of users, may need to continue using a prior package while being required to keep an annual subscription up to date.
Other reasons for not upgrading also exist. In any case, preventing such surprises is a responsibility of vendors who employ this subscription model.
We are talking about AutoCAD 2011: AutoCAD 2013 is out, so not moving from R2010 (where we are) because of "workload" seems to me at least to be a total waste of money. How many versions of shelfware does one need before everyone realizes you are flushing money down the toilet?
Just my 2cents worth.