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*montagne, michael
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ACADSERVER Revisited

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06-13-2000 08:35 AM
Part Two:
I successfully changed the ACADSERVER environment variable in my login
script to BOB, the name of the server on which the ADLM is installed. I can
verify this in the control panel. But AutoCad is still getting licenses
from BARNUM, the old server. Is there something more I need to do besides
setting the ACADSERVER variable?

-mjm
*Nehls, Kevin
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Re: ACADSERVER Revisited

06-13-2000 08:50 AM in reply to: *montagne, michael
Is the server BARNUM still an AdLM server? If so, and you want BOB to dish
out the licenses then try specifying @BOB as the ACADSERVER variable. You
could probably also uninstall AdLM from BARNUM.

Hope this helps :smileyhappy:

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Kevin Nehls
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michael montagne wrote in message ...
>Part Two:
>I successfully changed the ACADSERVER environment variable in my login
>script to BOB, the name of the server on which the ADLM is installed. I
can
>verify this in the control panel. But AutoCad is still getting licenses
>from BARNUM, the old server. Is there something more I need to do besides
>setting the ACADSERVER variable?
>
>-mjm
>
*montagne, michael
Message 3 of 4 (159 Views)

Re:

06-13-2000 08:59 AM in reply to: *montagne, michael
I'll try it. I can't uninstall BARNUM until everyone is logged in
successfully to BOB.

-mjm

"Kevin Nehls" wrote in message
news:ef222e4.0@WebX.SaUCah8kaAW...
> Is the server BARNUM still an AdLM server? If so, and you want BOB to
dish
> out the licenses then try specifying @BOB as the ACADSERVER variable. You
> could probably also uninstall AdLM from BARNUM.
>
> Hope this helps :smileyhappy:
>
> --
> Kevin Nehls
> remove -ns- for direct reply
> michael montagne wrote in message ...
> >Part Two:
> >I successfully changed the ACADSERVER environment variable in my login
> >script to BOB, the name of the server on which the ADLM is installed. I
> can
> >verify this in the control panel. But AutoCad is still getting licenses
> >from BARNUM, the old server. Is there something more I need to do
besides
> >setting the ACADSERVER variable?
> >
> >-mjm
> >
>
*montagne, michael
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Re:

06-13-2000 09:04 AM in reply to: *montagne, michael
That did it!! Thanks for the tip.

-mjm

"michael montagne" wrote in message
news:ef222e4.1@WebX.SaUCah8kaAW...
> I'll try it. I can't uninstall BARNUM until everyone is logged in
> successfully to BOB.
>
> -mjm
>
> "Kevin Nehls" wrote in message
> news:ef222e4.0@WebX.SaUCah8kaAW...
> > Is the server BARNUM still an AdLM server? If so, and you want BOB to
> dish
> > out the licenses then try specifying @BOB as the ACADSERVER variable.
You
> > could probably also uninstall AdLM from BARNUM.
> >
> > Hope this helps :smileyhappy:
> >
> > --
> > Kevin Nehls
> > remove -ns- for direct reply
> > michael montagne wrote in message ...
> > >Part Two:
> > >I successfully changed the ACADSERVER environment variable in my login
> > >script to BOB, the name of the server on which the ADLM is installed.
I
> > can
> > >verify this in the control panel. But AutoCad is still getting
licenses
> > >from BARNUM, the old server. Is there something more I need to do
> besides
> > >setting the ACADSERVER variable?
> > >
> > >-mjm
> > >
> >
>

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