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*BerkHolz, Steven
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AutoCad 2000 pulling MDT4 license

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05-19-2000 06:57 AM
I have installed MDT4 on several machines running NT4.
I have 2 MDT4 licenses and 15 Autocad 2000 licenses.

When I installed MDT4, I got 2 icons, Autocad 2000 and MDT4.
I assumed that if I run Autocad 2000, that it would pull an Autocad license.
Instead it pulls an MDT4 license.

Is this proper, or is there a fix for this?

Steven BerkHolz
*milana, jerry
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Re: AutoCad 2000 pulling MDT4 license

05-19-2000 09:44 AM in reply to: *BerkHolz, Steven
Steven,

That is the way it works. MDT uses a special build of AutoCAD that pulls an
MDT license instead of a plain AutoCAD license. So, when AutoCAD is
installed from an MDT CD it pulls a MDT license, not an AutoCAD license.

Jerry Milana,
Autodesk Product Support
"Steven BerkHolz" wrote in message
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> I have installed MDT4 on several machines running NT4.
> I have 2 MDT4 licenses and 15 Autocad 2000 licenses.
>
> When I installed MDT4, I got 2 icons, Autocad 2000 and MDT4.
> I assumed that if I run Autocad 2000, that it would pull an Autocad
license.
> Instead it pulls an MDT4 license.
>
> Is this proper, or is there a fix for this?
>
> Steven BerkHolz
>

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