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datton
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AutoCAD 2006 network license

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12-06-2005 02:42 AM
Dear Sir/madam,

Please explain for my situation:
a) I have AutoCAD 2006 network license version for 5 users. Our network has 10 computers. At one time, in our network any computer can use AutoCAD 2006 and just for 5 users? Is it correct or not correct?
I mean license manager don't need fix register for each one computer. If license manager find the number of computer use AutoCAD is smaller 5 (<5) that any one computer in my network can log in and use AutoCAD? Is it correct or not correct?

2) I need full installation AutoCAD 2006 network on my server or not need install on my server? Or just install license manager?

3) At my client computer, I need full install AutoCAD or don't need?

Thank you very much
*R.K. McSwain
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Re: AutoCAD 2006 network license

12-06-2005 05:44 AM in reply to: datton
datton said the following on 12/6/2005 4:42 AM:
> Dear Sir/madam,
>
> Please explain for my situation: a) I have AutoCAD 2006 network
> license version for 5 users. Our network has 10 computers. At one
> time, in our network any computer can use AutoCAD 2006 and just for 5
> users? Is it correct or not correct? I mean license manager don't
> need fix register for each one computer. If license manager find the
> number of computer use AutoCAD is smaller 5 (<5) that any one
> computer in my network can log in and use AutoCAD? Is it correct or
> not correct?

Generally speaking, you can install AutoCAD on as many client machines
as you want, but only 5 of those can be used at any given moment.
Borrowed licenses count against this number also.

>
> 2) I need full installation AutoCAD 2006 network on my server or not
> need install on my server? Or just install license manager?

Only the License Manager needs to be installed on your server.

>
> 3) At my client computer, I need full install AutoCAD or don't need?

Yes, see #1


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