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*Nehls, Kevin
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Problems with Server Code

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01-26-2000 08:29 AM
As for the server code. The AdLM admin tool will tell you this. If this
is the same as your old one and your auth. code is not working, then you
may have to reinstall AdLM to generate a new server code (unless there is a
feature that I haven't seen yet). For the auth. code you will have to
contact Autodesk somehow, either through their website or through a 1-800
number. You might be able to get the 1-800 number from you local AutoCAD
reseller. I am currently waiting for my auth. codes for AutoCAD 2000
Mechanical. I have been waiting 5 business days now (their website says
that it might take up to 2 business days). I will be making a call to them
today.

I hope that this helps.
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Kevin Nehls
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Ewerton Bernardo Luppo wrote in article
<86mlls$33c12@adesknews2.autodesk.com>...
> Hi, i need a help
>
> We used the AdLM to manage 2 AutoCADR14 floating licenses. We had to
change
> the lay-out and the new computers in our network and I tried to use the
same
> Server Code, Host name and Authorization Code, however the system did not
> run.
>
*Luppo, Ewerton Bernardo
Message 2 of 3 (134 Views)

Re: Problems with Server Code

01-26-2000 09:29 AM in reply to: *Nehls, Kevin
Hi, i need a help

We used the AdLM to manage 2 AutoCADR14 floating licenses. We had to change
the lay-out and the new computers in our network and I tried to use the same
Server Code, Host name and Authorization Code, however the system did not
run.

I asked authcodes@autodesk.com for a new Server and Authorization Code, but
i had no answer.

I would like to know who can help me with this problem.
In the past I used to talk to Ms. Cristhine Knight to solve this kind of
problems and she always answered me promptly

Please, send the answer to ewerton.luppo@uol.com.br or ebluppo@uol.com.br
c.c. to engineering@kck.com.br

Thanks

Ewerton Bernardo Luppo
Engineering Dept
Kimberly-Clark Kenko
Suzano Plant - Brazil
Registered Customer Number: 10693610
*Milana, Jerry
Message 3 of 3 (134 Views)

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01-26-2000 11:30 AM in reply to: *Nehls, Kevin
Ewerton,

If you change the network properties of your license server, reauthorization is
a normal requirement. You must generate the server code, this is required
information, along with your serial number(s), for our customer service
department to generate an authorization code. I suggest you review the license
management installation and authorization sections of your AutoCAD Installation
guide for specifics.

Jerry Milana,
Autodesk Product Support

Ewerton Bernardo Luppo wrote:

> Hi, i need a help
>
> We used the AdLM to manage 2 AutoCADR14 floating licenses. We had to change
> the lay-out and the new computers in our network and I tried to use the same
> Server Code, Host name and Authorization Code, however the system did not
> run.
>
> I asked authcodes@autodesk.com for a new Server and Authorization Code, but
> i had no answer.
>
> I would like to know who can help me with this problem.
> In the past I used to talk to Ms. Cristhine Knight to solve this kind of
> problems and she always answered me promptly
>
> Please, send the answer to ewerton.luppo@uol.com.br or ebluppo@uol.com.br
> c.c. to engineering@kck.com.br
>
> Thanks
>
> Ewerton Bernardo Luppo
> Engineering Dept
> Kimberly-Clark Kenko
> Suzano Plant - Brazil
> Registered Customer Number: 10693610

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