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*Sparks, Matt
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C and D drive deployment locations

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06-01-2000 01:01 PM
Situation:

Created 2 deployment locations for LDD2. One location has three folders for
deployment locations (base, civil, survey) installing on the c drive of the
local machine. I'm created another 3 folders for deployment locations
(base-d, civil-d, survey-d) that installs the program on the d drive of the
local machine because some of them don't have enough room on the c drive.
The c installations install without a hitch. The base install for the d
drive installs without a hitch. However the civil and survey add-ons quite
during the installation saying there is no enough space to install. On one
machine there is 1.6GB on the other about 1.3GB. I was hoping for a shot in
the dark about some ideas about what might be happening.

Tried this on 3 machines:

PII 333 MHz
Win95
64 MB RAM

Matt Sparks
*Watkins, Jim
Message 2 of 3 (99 Views)

Re: C and D drive deployment locations

06-02-2000 07:52 AM in reply to: *Sparks, Matt
Matt
The sript in the installation program is looking for a default drive. get a
patch for the company to give you a choice.
Jim

Matt Sparks wrote:

> Situation:
>
> Created 2 deployment locations for LDD2. One location has three folders for
> deployment locations (base, civil, survey) installing on the c drive of the
> local machine. I'm created another 3 folders for deployment locations
> (base-d, civil-d, survey-d) that installs the program on the d drive of the
> local machine because some of them don't have enough room on the c drive.
> The c installations install without a hitch. The base install for the d
> drive installs without a hitch. However the civil and survey add-ons quite
> during the installation saying there is no enough space to install. On one
> machine there is 1.6GB on the other about 1.3GB. I was hoping for a shot in
> the dark about some ideas about what might be happening.
>
> Tried this on 3 machines:
>
> PII 333 MHz
> Win95
> 64 MB RAM
>
> Matt Sparks
*[Autodesk], Mike Szanto
Message 3 of 3 (99 Views)

Re: C and D drive deployment locations

07-08-2000 07:16 AM in reply to: *Sparks, Matt
Matt,

Although you have specified drive d:, the product still installs shared
files to drive c: in the C:\program files\common files\autodesk shared
directory. You may not have enough room on C: to install the common files.
How much space is available on drive c:?

Mike

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Mike Szanto
Autodesk Civil/Survey Product Support

"Matt Sparks" wrote in message
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Situation:

Created 2 deployment locations for LDD2. One location has three folders for
deployment locations (base, civil, survey) installing on the c drive of the
local machine. I'm created another 3 folders for deployment locations
(base-d, civil-d, survey-d) that installs the program on the d drive of the
local machine because some of them don't have enough room on the c drive.
The c installations install without a hitch. The base install for the d
drive installs without a hitch. However the civil and survey add-ons quite
during the installation saying there is no enough space to install. On one
machine there is 1.6GB on the other about 1.3GB. I was hoping for a shot in
the dark about some ideas about what might be happening.

Tried this on 3 machines:

PII 333 MHz
Win95
64 MB RAM

Matt Sparks

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