Hi all readers. Recently by mistake I registered a copy of my Autocad that I had loaded onto my laptop for out of the office use, having done so I relised my mistake and rectified this by re-installing it and left it un-registered. Problem solved I thought until I tried to export my licence from my work station, AutoCad will not let me do so now with the following message:
Export Request Failed
The serial number you entered is not valid. Try again. (1)
Click the "Try Again" link to resubmit the request.
Im Guessing Autodesk now believes my registered copy is the one on the laptop.
What is the easiest way to rectify this situation anyone?
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No, in all reality that doesn't matter. You will get a different error about too many activations if that were the case. The invalid serial number is more of an issue with Subscription. Either the product was upgraded or was under Subscription that had expired.
If your product is still valid, then you can get a manual activation.
Thanks for using the forums.
Another stupid mistake on my part, the link for the licence export I was trying to use must be from the earlier 2013 edition, problem solved in super fast time, Many thanks Travis.
You'd be surprised how common this is. No problem. Glad you got it sorted out.
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