I have full C:\ but an other partition is free. Even when I change the path for installation few GB are still placed on C:\.
Is there a way to put AutoCad enterally on H:\ for example?
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Some items such as shared components like the material library and licensing components are always placed on C even if you choose a different install directory for the main program. There isn't a way to change this.
I've made a deployment to install on a second hard drive, E:.
Even though the "Installation Path" points to E:, EVERYTHING is still installed on C:
I understand some things need to go on C: but I expected at least something to show up on E:
Also, when modifying or copying a deployment, I can type in a new Installation Path, but it won't let me Browse to select an Installation path, so something seems hinky.
I'm currently re-creating the deployment from scratch.
I'm having troubles with the IDSP suite. 2015.
I have had success so far with plain AutoCAD, ISDU, BDSP, and PDSU. All 2015.
The new deployment of IDSP is about half done now. I'll post the results soon (I hope).
Attached is the .ini file from the deployment that is not working... it's installing on C: even though I've specified E:.
Please note I had to rename the .ini to .txt for the upload to accept it.
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