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*Sjostrom, Richard
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Problems with IP-adress for Adlm, remote acces changes it

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03-21-2000 01:00 PM
I have installed ADLM for Acad 2000 on a Win NT 4.0 server with SP5, when i
check the adlm log everything looks fine according to what i excpected.
Later on when a user dialed in with remote acces Adlm changes it´s IP to the
DHCP-assigned ip for the user WHY??????
If anyone have an answer to my question please reply to
richard.sjostrom@pactum.se
*Milana, Jerry
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Re: Problems with IP-adress for Adlm, remote acces changes it

03-21-2000 02:01 PM in reply to: *Sjostrom, Richard
Richard,

The AdLM server is not supported running on a system that is either a RAS server
or client. The reason is that when a RAS connection becomes active, AdLM sees
it as the system primary, logical network adapter and thus causes an
authentication failure.

Jerry Milana,
Autodesk Product Support

Richard Sjostrom wrote:

> I have installed ADLM for Acad 2000 on a Win NT 4.0 server with SP5, when i
> check the adlm log everything looks fine according to what i excpected.
> Later on when a user dialed in with remote acces Adlm changes it´s IP to the
> DHCP-assigned ip for the user WHY??????
> If anyone have an answer to my question please reply to
> richard.sjostrom@pactum.se
*Grygianiec, Artur
Message 3 of 5 (127 Views)

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04-17-2001 07:51 AM in reply to: *Sjostrom, Richard
Hello Jerry !!

One of my client have similiar problem... It have Master_Workstation (with
WinMe :-)) with AdLM on it. When it connects to the internet via modem -
AdLM stops authorizing NLS Licenses, and users are kicked off... I suppose
it is because of Modem Priority... How can he make his NIC as the primary
network device ??

it is very important to me...

regards
Artur Grygianiec
WM ProCAD Studio
Autodesk Systems Center
Artur.Grygianiec@wm.com.pl

"Jerry Milana" wrote in message
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> Richard,
>
> The AdLM server is not supported running on a system that is either a RAS
server
> or client. The reason is that when a RAS connection becomes active, AdLM
sees
> it as the system primary, logical network adapter and thus causes an
> authentication failure.
>
> Jerry Milana,
> Autodesk Product Support
>
*martin, jason
Message 4 of 5 (127 Views)

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04-17-2001 10:55 PM in reply to: *Sjostrom, Richard
Artur -

Running the adlm on a machine with more than 1 network card is not supported (and a modem
does count as a network card). The only options are to move the modem or move the adlm.
This is because in windows you cannot set the "primary" network device. Windows will use
whatever device it wants.

jason martin
frankfurt-short-bruza

"Artur Grygianiec" wrote in message
news:CC72F46892312D8A8161A236CA769865@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> Hello Jerry !!
>
> One of my client have similiar problem... It have Master_Workstation (with
> WinMe :-)) with AdLM on it. When it connects to the internet via modem -
> AdLM stops authorizing NLS Licenses, and users are kicked off... I suppose
> it is because of Modem Priority... How can he make his NIC as the primary
> network device ??
>
> it is very important to me...
>
> regards
> Artur Grygianiec
> WM ProCAD Studio
> Autodesk Systems Center
> Artur.Grygianiec@wm.com.pl
*Grygianiec, Artur
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04-18-2001 03:46 AM in reply to: *Sjostrom, Richard
Thanx for your help !!!

I will remember this for future installations ...

regards

Artur Grygianiec
Artur.Grygianiec@wm.com.pl

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