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*Nilsson, Jan
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Invalid code on w2k server?

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02-13-2001 01:59 AM
Is it any secrets with installing adlm network lock on w2k server? My
authorization code generates "invalid key" message. Doublechecked so the
server code is correct.

I only installed the adlm part of a network setup for adm2k, the clients is
already installed, but a new server (and new code requested).
*milana, jerry
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Re: Invalid code on w2k server?

02-13-2001 02:32 AM in reply to: *Nilsson, Jan
Jan,

You must generate the server code and enter the auth code at the system that
will be running AdLM. All AdLM files must reside on the AdLM server, they
can not be on a remote, network attached drive.

Next, make sure that you have only one network adapter in the AdLM server.
This includes logical adapters such as RAS connections. In general, you
should only have a single network connection and no modem attached to the
AdLM server. VPN connections and other software also emulate network
adapters and cause authentication failures. At a command (DOS) prompt, type
"ipconfig /all", do not type the quote marks. If this command displays
properties on more than one adapter then you either have to remove all but
one device or move AdLM to another system.

Jerry Milana,
Autodesk Product Support
"Jan Nilsson" wrote in message
news:276B616C9B4F995DBFE8A681C48DAE81@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> Is it any secrets with installing adlm network lock on w2k server? My
> authorization code generates "invalid key" message. Doublechecked so the
> server code is correct.
>
> I only installed the adlm part of a network setup for adm2k, the clients
is
> already installed, but a new server (and new code requested).
>

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