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Registry Entry Difference Between ACAD2004 and ACAD2004 Electrical

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12-08-2003 01:02 AM
Do AutoCAD 2004, and AutoCAD 2004 Electrical have different REGISTRY Settings?

I know that ACAD 2004 and ACAD2004_E are registered with the ClassID of "AutoCAD.Application.16". Is there anyway to tell, via the registry, that AutoCAD 2004 Electrical has been installed, in lieu of just AutoCAD 2004 [w/o Electrical]?.

Glenn Buttke
Rockwell Automation
GPButtke@ra.rockwell.com
*Autodesk, Inc\
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Re: Registry Entry Difference Between ACAD2004 and ACAD2004 Electrical

12-08-2003 04:48 AM in reply to: gpbuttke
Glenn

 

    AutoCAD Electrical 2004 makes an
entry "ACAD-207:409".  This is made under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SOFTWARE
> AUTODESK > AUTOCAD > R16.0 > "ACAD-207:409".  I hope this
helps!

 


--
Sincerely,

 

Jared Bunch
Technical Support Specialist
Autodesk, Inc


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Do
AutoCAD 2004, and AutoCAD 2004 Electrical have different REGISTRY Settings?

I know that ACAD 2004 and ACAD2004_E are registered with the ClassID of
"AutoCAD.Application.16". Is there anyway to tell, via the registry, that
AutoCAD 2004 Electrical has been installed, in lieu of just AutoCAD 2004 [w/o
Electrical]?.

Glenn Buttke
Rockwell Automation

GPButtke@ra.rockwell.com

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gpbuttke
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Registered: ‎12-09-2003
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12-09-2003 10:06 PM in reply to: gpbuttke
Thank YOU, JARED.

That is exactly what I was looking for.

- Glenn [12-10-2003]

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