I have transferred my license from my machine to another machine in my office. while transferring again getting some error message. I have attached the error messgae along with this. Please help me to transfer my license back. Also please clarify why this error coming....
We having two systems, both having inventor software but one license. we will transfer the license between those systems while required. now presently the license is active in one system. I couldnt able to transfer the license from the system. Is there any count for transferring license between systems?
Yes, you can only do the transfer once. Sounds like you need to purchase another license, or contact a reseller about acquiring a server-based license for Inventor if one is offered.
INVENTOR forum is here, you are posting in an AutoCAD forum:
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You have to put the first one back before you can transfer again: you have one ball (license), you can transfer it to Bob whenever you want, but if Steve needs it then Bob has to bring it back first. Simple concept.
No one here is going to tell you much else, we are all end users: use the links I posted to ask Autodesk direct, unless you fear the real answer might hurt more
Is there a limit to how many times we can transfer a standalone license of ACADLT?
I tried to transfer ACADLT2011 but autodesk website refused to cooperate. And I'm deeply puzzled as to why my previous registrations with autodesk did not show up anywhere. I really wonder how does autodesk record keeping of ACADLT of standalone licenses work?
I have other software products with Adobe and it keeps my records perfectly clear on a list.
You can tranfer the license using the LTU to one additional seat of LT thus rendering the tranferee unlicensed.
You then would need to transfer the license from the second install to a third or back to the first.
Then if you wished you could move it from the first or third back to the second or the fourth.
And so on.
The LTU is also a bit touchy and does not always play well.
In all cases there is only one license and one valid activated copy of LT at any given time.
The scenerio is such that new PCs are being purchased and the ACADLT licenses move to newer PCs. Any suggestion for a better solution and a more economical way of doing it? Thanks.
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