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*Reber, Gary L.
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Converting to ADLM

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02-24-2000 05:19 PM
Is is possible to convert existing AutoCAD R14 installs to a network
version without removing and then reinstalling a network version? We
have about 45 users with AutoCAD stand alone versions and we will be
converting to ADLM soon.

TIA
*Martin, Jason
Message 2 of 4 (96 Views)

Re: Converting to ADLM

02-25-2000 06:17 AM in reply to: *Reber, Gary L.
There is no way that I know of. Supposedly some people have been able to
make it work but I don't have any details on how and I'm pretty sure that it
is completely unsupported by Autodesk.

Sorry.

jason martin
frankfurt-short-bruza
Gary L. Reber wrote in message
news:38b5c7b7.26100160@adesknews.autodesk.com...
> Is is possible to convert existing AutoCAD R14 installs to a network
> version without removing and then reinstalling a network version? We
> have about 45 users with AutoCAD stand alone versions and we will be
> converting to ADLM soon.
>
> TIA
*Milana, Jerry
Message 3 of 4 (96 Views)

Re:

02-25-2000 03:29 PM in reply to: *Reber, Gary L.
Jason is correct, the only supported way to get there is to uninstall AutoCAD
and reinstall from a deployment.

Jerry Milana,
Autodesk Product Support

Jason Martin wrote:

> There is no way that I know of. Supposedly some people have been able to
> make it work but I don't have any details on how and I'm pretty sure that it
> is completely unsupported by Autodesk.
>
> Sorry.
>
> jason martin
> frankfurt-short-bruza
> Gary L. Reber wrote in message
> news:38b5c7b7.26100160@adesknews.autodesk.com...
> > Is is possible to convert existing AutoCAD R14 installs to a network
> > version without removing and then reinstalling a network version? We
> > have about 45 users with AutoCAD stand alone versions and we will be
> > converting to ADLM soon.
> >
> > TIA
*Reber, Gary L.
Message 4 of 4 (96 Views)

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02-28-2000 08:10 AM in reply to: *Reber, Gary L.
Thanks for your help.

On Fri, 25 Feb 2000 15:29:16 -0800, Jerry Milana
wrote:

>Jason is correct, the only supported way to get there is to uninstall AutoCAD
>and reinstall from a deployment.
>
>Jerry Milana,
>Autodesk Product Support
>
>Jason Martin wrote:
>
>> There is no way that I know of. Supposedly some people have been able to
>> make it work but I don't have any details on how and I'm pretty sure that it
>> is completely unsupported by Autodesk.
>>
>> Sorry.
>>
>> jason martin
>> frankfurt-short-bruza
>> Gary L. Reber wrote in message
>> news:38b5c7b7.26100160@adesknews.autodesk.com...
>> > Is is possible to convert existing AutoCAD R14 installs to a network
>> > version without removing and then reinstalling a network version? We
>> > have about 45 users with AutoCAD stand alone versions and we will be
>> > converting to ADLM soon.
>> >
>> > TIA

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