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Cross Vertical product licensing

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04-25-2014 01:08 PM

I have several floating seats of Civil and Map that are not being used.  I need addational seats of AutoCAD, is it possible to draw from that seat pool when I run out of AutoCAD licenses?


Steven LaKose

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Re: Cross Vertical product licensing

04-28-2014 10:07 AM in reply to: slakose

If it is network licensing, the cascading should work automagically.  What versions and what licensing scheme are you using?

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Re: Cross Vertical product licensing

04-28-2014 11:06 AM in reply to: TravisNave

They are all 2011 licenses.

Seems due to that they are seperate packages, (AutoCAD, Civil and Map) I don’t think they will automatically cascade.

It's been bumped up to the Autodesk support team and I forwarded them some licensing info.

I'm hopedful that they may be able to adjust the license file.




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