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armster
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AutoCad Options File Reservations

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08-30-2012 03:26 AM

Good morning,

 

I'm looking to implement a number of reservations using the ADSKFLEX.OPT file by setting up a number of groups or Projects for computers.  My query is:

 

* Do you need to specify each version of AutoCAD, Revit etc.. so autocad 2011,2012,2013 or can I reserver 3 licensed for a HOST_GROUP to the AutoCAD suite? and Revit Strucutre Suites etc? 

 

RESERVE 3 ACD_F PROJECT HOST_SOMEGROUP  ?

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hashim.mundol
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Re: AutoCad Options File Reservations

08-31-2012 06:22 AM in reply to: armster

Yes you can specifiy the package name. It will reserve automatically for all the features within that package.

 

RESERVE command can be against a feature or package.

 

Please refer to this documentation for other commands if it accepts Feature or package

 

http://www.globes.com/support/utilities/fnp_LicAdmin_11_11.pdf

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TravisNave
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Re: AutoCad Options File Reservations

09-05-2012 10:57 AM in reply to: armster

Keep in mind though that if you reserve 3 seats of the package, it will reserve 3 seats for each release, taking up essentially 12 seats.  However, you won't see this problem until a user who is not in the group tries to access a license when you have fewer than 12 seats total.  They will get denied and you won't know why until you understand this fact. 

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