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*djb
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Autodesk License Manager (AdLM)

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05-24-2001 05:35 AM
Has anyone had experance with a server running the license manager in
Windows NT 4.0 using more than one NIC? djb
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Re: Autodesk License Manager (AdLM)

05-24-2001 07:09 PM in reply to: *djb
In technical documentation we specifically state that you should not use two
network cards in a machine running the Elan license manager. For some users
it may work but you increase the risk of an unstable server code leading to
loss of authorisation.

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> Has anyone had experance with a server running the license manager in
> Windows NT 4.0 using more than one NIC? djb
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05-24-2001 10:56 PM in reply to: *djb
We are using Intel® PRO/100+ Server Adapters in the server. We can team the adaptors togeather in a Adaptive Load Balancing (ALB) setup. This causes both adaptors to function as one. The network sees both adaptors as one adaptor. Does the license manager bind to an adaptor in NT network properties or to the adaptor hardware? djb
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05-24-2001 11:18 PM in reply to: *djb
I've seen problems with adaptive binding NIC's
before preventing the operation of the license manager. I cannot comment on
what Elan binds to specifically.


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We
are using Intel® PRO/100+ Server Adapters in the server. We can team the
adaptors togeather in a Adaptive Load Balancing (ALB) setup. This causes both
adaptors to function as one. The network sees both adaptors as one adaptor.
Does the license manager bind to an adaptor in NT network properties or to the
adaptor hardware? djb

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