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m.redmond
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Registered: ‎12-11-2001
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ADT usind ACAD2K License

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12-11-2001 09:30 PM
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.
*martin, jason
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Re: ADT usind ACAD2K License

12-11-2001 10:09 PM in reply to: m.redmond
Mark -
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.

hth

jason martin
frankfurt-short-bruza

"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.
>
>
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m.redmond
Posts: 7
Registered: ‎12-11-2001
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12-11-2001 10:57 PM in reply to: m.redmond
Jason

Thanks for the reply. I will check this and let you know.

Regards

Mark

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