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OPT File Problems

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07-17-2013 01:35 AM

Hi there,

I have problems heading the network licenses on an OPT file, so that one group (LM_PPROJECT) gets good asset only N of AutoCAD in 2011.

The allocation of licenses for Bilding Desing Sute 2013 already works successfully with LM_PROJECT. In the 2011 licenses apparently attacks the allocation LM_PROJECT not matter what I string on the client side entries, he always get a license!

Question 1: Can I read the license server on which LM_PROJECT string, the client gets his license?

Question 2: Do I have a bug in my OPT file?



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Re: OPT File Problems

07-17-2013 07:20 AM in reply to: W.Rhein

Welcome to the forums! 


In problems with setting up user groups in the options file, nearly all of the culprits are the lack of the GROUPCASEINSENSITIVE ON option.  This option makes it so that the username/hostnames of the groups are not case sensitive, and therefore not ignored. 


Sometimes CAD Managers include this option, but misspell it as well.


For eveything you could possibly want to know about the adskflex.opt Options file for FlexLM, please see my KB article here:

Good Luck!

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Re: OPT File Problems

07-17-2013 10:39 PM in reply to: TravisNave



It was because of the associated feature code. I had "AutoCAD Architecture 2011" started on the client and wanted this OPT file technich treated on "85561ARCHDESK_2011_0F".

Since we get the Lizenez a maintenance agreement, in OPT-File must be reference  to "85788BDSADV_F" > "Subscription Package: Autodesk Building Design Suite Ultimate".



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