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Bono
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Redundant servers

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10-16-2001 04:35 PM
I want to install AutoCAD 2002 on a network but to use three redundant servers. The question I Have is: can I have in the same time 2 NT servers and 1 NT workstation, acting together as redundant servers? Or do I need to have all of them with the same operating system? Can please someone help? I need to install 150 licenses!!
*milana, jerry
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Redundant servers

10-19-2001 10:43 AM in reply to: Bono
As stated in out Network Administrator Guide, you
can not use NT Workstation as a Redundant Server Member, not even if all three
are running Workstation.  If you have 250 licenses, NT or W2K workstation
will not be a good choice anyway for your license administration.  This is
because of the 10 connection limit these operating systems impose.  Thee
only way to get around the 10 connection limit is to use UDP packets which is
less reliable communication than the default TCP packets.  You may want to
consider implementing DISTRIBUTED servers.  This scenario is described in a
document available in our Support knowledge base, you can get to it directly at
:


href="http://support.autodesk.com/getDoc.asp?id=TS64909 ">http://support.autodesk.com/getDoc.asp?id...


You may want to enlist the services of your dealer if you
have not done an implementation like this.  Your dealer can also arrange
direct, fee based, support from Autodesk for you. 


 


Jerry Milana,


Autodesk Product Support


 

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want to install AutoCAD 2002 on a network but to use three redundant servers.
The question I Have is: can I have in the same time 2 NT servers and 1 NT
workstation, acting together as redundant servers? Or do I need to have all of
them with the same operating system? Can please someone help? I need to
install 150 licenses!!

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