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*Henk
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AutoCAD 2000 does not get started automatically under Novell 5.0 through auto

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09-02-2001 07:01 PM
Hi,


AutoCAD 2000 does not get started
automatically under Novell 5.0 through autoexec.ncf file. After the server is
started Autocad execution command need to be given 2 to 3 times & then
AutoCAD gets started. Why is it so ? Am I missing Something ?

 

Thanks in Advance.

Henk

 
*martin, jason
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Re: AutoCAD 2000 does not get started automatically under Novell 5.0 through

09-04-2001 12:12 AM in reply to: *Henk
Henk -

Are you running TCP/IP on the nw server? If so you are in the "un-supported zone"
(similar to the twilight zone, only much worse). I also think that nw5 is part of the
un-supported zone. The last netware version to have adlm support was 4.11 (I think).

Do the previous load statements produce any type of error messages? Does it "pause" the
startup?

How early in the ncf is the adlm trying to load?? It could be that the network services
aren't completely started yet, and the adlm can't bind to anything.

You should also know that Autocad 2k2 doesn't support netware at all. Take a look at
getting a win server of some type to do licensing if and when you decide to upgrade again.

sorry that I'm not more help.

jason martin
frankfurt-short-bruza

"Henk" wrote in message
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> Hi,
>
> AutoCAD 2000 does not get started automatically under Novell 5.0 through autoexec.ncf
file. After the server is started Autocad execution command need to be given 2 to 3 times
& then AutoCAD gets started. Why is it so ? Am I missing Something ?
>
> Thanks in Advance.
> Henk
>
>

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