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Portable License Utility - General Question

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02-04-2002 04:03 AM
Hello:

In addition to 3D Studio Viz, what AutoDesk products support the Portable License Utility ? Also, where is documentation on its use located ?

Thanks; Nick
*martin, jason
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Re: Portable License Utility - General Question

02-04-2002 04:51 AM in reply to: nickseman
Nick-
AFAIK everything but the US English versions of autocad (and verticals) support the Portable License Utility (but I am by no means
an expert on the different types of builds)

The documentation for the Portable license utility should be in the installation guide of the product (for example the installation
guide for adt is adt_ig.chm). Go to the index of the installation guide and start typing portable, a couple of clicks later you will
be at the Portable License Utility documents.
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"nickseman" wrote in message news:f0b41e1.-1@WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> Hello:
> In addition to 3D Studio Viz, what AutoDesk products support the Portable License Utility ? Also, where is documentation on its
use located ?
>
> Thanks; Nick
>
>
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nickseman
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Registered: ‎11-19-2003
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02-04-2002 09:26 PM in reply to: nickseman
Thanks Jason.
*Support\, Autodesk
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02-06-2002 03:56 AM in reply to: nickseman
The Portable License Utility was introduced with
AutoCAD 2000i products that use the software locking technology typically found
in markets outside North America. The utility is used to transfer the
license between machines similar to moving a hardware lock around in Pre 2000i
products.

 

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Simon Gillis
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DPG Product Support EMEA
Autodesk
WW Support & Services


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Thanks
Jason.
*Ahava, Petri
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02-06-2002 02:02 PM in reply to: nickseman
Simon,

you are forgetting the "unforgettable" PLU that was "tried" out with
R14.01 for a VERY short time!

Cheers,

Petri

Simon Gillis (Autodesk Support) wrote:

> The Portable License Utility was introduced with AutoCAD 2000i products
> that use the software locking technology typically found in markets
> outside North America. The utility is used to transfer the license
> between machines similar to moving a hardware lock around in Pre 2000i
> products.
>
>
>
> --
> Simon Gillis
> Specialist
> DPG Product Support EMEA
> Autodesk WW Support & Services
>
> "nickseman" >
> wrote in message news:f0b41e1.1@WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
>
> Thanks Jason.
>
*Support\, Autodesk
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02-12-2002 06:04 PM in reply to: nickseman
Of course, my apologies, in the Nordic and APAC regions a pilot program was
run with softlocked R14.01.
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Simon Gillis
Specialist
DPG Product Support EMEA
Autodesk WW Support & Services
"Petri Ahava" wrote in message
news:3C62188D.6030400@cad-q.fi...
> Simon,
>
> you are forgetting the "unforgettable" PLU that was "tried" out with
> R14.01 for a VERY short time!
>
> Cheers,
>
> Petri
>
> Simon Gillis (Autodesk Support) wrote:
>
> > The Portable License Utility was introduced with AutoCAD 2000i products
> > that use the software locking technology typically found in markets
> > outside North America. The utility is used to transfer the license
> > between machines similar to moving a hardware lock around in Pre 2000i
> > products.
> >
> >
> >
> > --
> > Simon Gillis
> > Specialist
> > DPG Product Support EMEA
> > Autodesk WW Support & Services
> >
> > "nickseman" >
> > wrote in message news:f0b41e1.1@WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> >
> > Thanks Jason.
> >
>

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