No, it shouldn't. The way that it works in Autocad 2000 and ADT2 (Correct?) is that when you run ADT2, it pulls a 150 (Autocad 2000)
license until an AEC command is invoked and then it also pulls a 151.
If you actually own 7 licenses of vanilla Autocad and 1 license of ADT2, you need to call the auth code people again and have them
issue you an 8 user license for vanilla (150). (7 vanilla + 1 ADT = 8 150 codes + 1 151 (ADT)).
In the case of 14/2000 all vertical products pull a vanilla license + a supplemental license for the vertical portion.
For future reference: The licensing behavior changes in 2000i and above. In these versions when you launch ADT only an adt license
is pulled. All of the base vertical products (as far as I know) pull only a vertical license in 2000i and above. There are some
"plug-ins" that pull supplemental licenses, in addition to the base license.
"markredmond" wrote in message news:f0a0f43.-1@WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> We have 7 Acad 2000 licenses and 1 Architectural Desktop license.
> When ADT is run it shows up as using 1 Acad 2000 license (Feature 150) in the ADLM query programme. It should be using the single
ADT license (Feature 151) that shows as available.
> This means that we have one Acad2K user that cannot use the software.
> Any help greatly appreciated.