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*Support], Christal Elliott [Autodesk
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Can AutoCAD 13 and AutoCAD 2000 licence managers coexist on Netware 4.11?

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10-31-1999 06:19 PM
Brian - Yes, it should be possible. No problems have been reported to
Autodesk Product Support with running both R13 NLS and AutoCAD 2000
AdLM on the same network.

On Sun, 24 Oct 1999 00:09:47 +0000, Brian Lee
wrote:

>I have a customer upgrading to network licence of ACAD2000. Currently
>they have a multi-user license of v13c4. Can the IPX version of the
>ACAD2000 ADLM and the NSRVNI NLM for ACAD13 coexist to ease the
>transition?
>
>
>Any suggestions would be of great help.
>
>Thanks in advance,
>
>Brian

Christal Elliott
//Autodesk Support on the Net//
*Lee, Brian
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Re: Can AutoCAD 13 and AutoCAD 2000 licence managers coexist on Netware 4.11?

10-31-1999 06:19 PM in reply to: *Support], Christal Elliott [Autodesk
Thank-you for your comments Christal. We're giving it a 'shot' this
week.

Wish us luck!

Bri

"Christal Elliott [Autodesk Support]" wrote:
>
> Brian - Yes, it should be possible. No problems have been reported to
> Autodesk Product Support with running both R13 NLS and AutoCAD 2000
> AdLM on the same network.
>
> On Sun, 24 Oct 1999 00:09:47 +0000, Brian Lee
> wrote:
>
> >I have a customer upgrading to network licence of ACAD2000. Currently
> >they have a multi-user license of v13c4. Can the IPX version of the
> >ACAD2000 ADLM and the NSRVNI NLM for ACAD13 coexist to ease the
> >transition?
> >
> >
> >Any suggestions would be of great help.
> >
> >Thanks in advance,
> >
> >Brian
>
> Christal Elliott
> //Autodesk Support on the Net//

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