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*Castle, Mark
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Denied license changes settings

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02-06-2003 07:58 AM
Last week someone posted a question asking if being denied a license because
of maximum usage causes some settings to be changed the next time AutoCAD is
opened. There was no response and the same kind of things are happening to
us. We have noticed textfill set back to zero, maxsort set back to 200, and
the UCS icon changing. Has anyone else noticed this and are there any ways
to prevent this?
*milana, jerry
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Re: Denied license changes settings

02-06-2003 09:07 AM in reply to: *Castle, Mark
This is a known issue. Please see the following document which is posted on
the Autodesk Knowledgebase site:
http://support.autodesk.com/getDoc.asp?id=TS73679

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Jerry Milana,
Autodesk Professional Services

"Mark Castle" wrote in message
news:4B0E1B736B08F32F26167A3DE99A9BB6@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> Last week someone posted a question asking if being denied a license
because
> of maximum usage causes some settings to be changed the next time AutoCAD
is
> opened. There was no response and the same kind of things are happening to
> us. We have noticed textfill set back to zero, maxsort set back to 200,
and
> the UCS icon changing. Has anyone else noticed this and are there any ways
> to prevent this?
>
>

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