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*Specking, Ralph
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From 2000i-Single-License to 2000i-ADLM

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09-15-2000 06:56 AM
A customer of us has some ACAD 2000i Workstations in Single License Mode
in use.
Now he wants to upgrade to Network License Manager.
Does anybody know, how to change these installations to ADLM
WITHOUT deinstalling the existing machines???

all help will be usefull !!!

Thanks

Ralph Specking,
CAD-Praxis GmbH
Germany 42527 Juelich
E-Mail: Ralph.Specking@cad-praxis.de
*Support\, Autodesk
Message 2 of 3 (78 Views)

Re: From 2000i-Single-License to 2000i-ADLM

09-15-2000 08:51 AM in reply to: *Specking, Ralph
You must carry out a deployment using netsetup to use the ADLM. There is no
method to convert a software locked installation to a network licensed
installation

--
Simon Gillis
Product Support Analyst
AMG Product Support UK
Worldwide Support & Services, Autodesk

"Ralph Specking" wrote in message
news:65B2CD275C7E2C7F975E9536D3E631ED@in.WebX.SaUCah8kaAW...
> A customer of us has some ACAD 2000i Workstations in Single License Mode
> in use.
> Now he wants to upgrade to Network License Manager.
> Does anybody know, how to change these installations to ADLM
> WITHOUT deinstalling the existing machines???
>
> all help will be usefull !!!
>
> Thanks
>
> Ralph Specking,
> CAD-Praxis GmbH
> Germany 42527 Juelich
> E-Mail: Ralph.Specking@cad-praxis.de
>
*ApS., Karsten Rønnows Tegnestue
Message 3 of 3 (78 Views)

Re:

09-18-2000 11:52 PM in reply to: *Specking, Ralph
That's not quite true! I've have succesfully made the transition to network
installation, but You'll need new authorizationcodes.

The way to do it, is to edit Your Windows registry. Find the key
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Autodesk\AutoCAD\R15.0\ACAD-1:409\AdLM], edit
the type from 2a (for C-Dilla) to 11 (for AdLM)

Best regards

Henrik Bo Andersen
Karsten Rønnows Tegnestue ApS.

"Simon Gillis (Autodesk Support)" skrev i en
meddelelse news:smileyvery-happy:EDB868F1BB8F1744EBBD8881F20B936@in.WebX.SaUCah8kaAW...
> You must carry out a deployment using netsetup to use the ADLM. There is
no
> method to convert a software locked installation to a network licensed
> installation
>
> --
> Simon Gillis
> Product Support Analyst
> AMG Product Support UK
> Worldwide Support & Services, Autodesk
>
> "Ralph Specking" wrote in message
> news:65B2CD275C7E2C7F975E9536D3E631ED@in.WebX.SaUCah8kaAW...
> > A customer of us has some ACAD 2000i Workstations in Single License
Mode
> > in use.
> > Now he wants to upgrade to Network License Manager.
> > Does anybody know, how to change these installations to ADLM
> > WITHOUT deinstalling the existing machines???
> >
> > all help will be usefull !!!
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> > Ralph Specking,
> > CAD-Praxis GmbH
> > Germany 42527 Juelich
> > E-Mail: Ralph.Specking@cad-praxis.de
> >
>

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