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carlile
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Moving ADLM

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05-22-2003 12:28 AM
I am in the process of waiting for a new server to arrive and it will replace a server that has ADLM on it.
I haven't found many topics on this so I am looking for the proper method for getting ADLM to work on the new server.

Thanks

JJ
*Schmidt, John
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Re: Moving ADLM

05-22-2003 01:31 AM in reply to: carlile
You'll get more info if you post this in the
autocad.network forum. You'll need to reinstall the ADLM on the new server, and
also get a new auth code from Autodesk. Depending on your setup, you may need to
point the clients to the new server.

 

John


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I
am in the process of waiting for a new server to arrive and it will replace a
server that has ADLM on it.
I haven't found many topics on this so I am
looking for the proper method for getting ADLM to work on the new server.

Thanks

JJ

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