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*ghsnow
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Running Map R2 utilizing a Map 2000i License under ADLM

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06-20-2001 08:04 AM
I am trying to do the right thing and keep the functionality of the older
version of MapR2 and/or AutoCAD 14 in a network licensed environment
utilizing my existing 2000i licenses. My ADLM is running on a NT4 box and
everything is fine right now because I still have the old versions
authorized, but soon I will be changing the IP address of the host which
will force me to re-authorize all of my products. Once I make this change,
is it possible to set up the license manager to allow a fixed amount of say
Map sessions, whether they are Map 2000i or Map R2? Basically, can I use my
previous networked version of Map R2 and force it to grab one of the Map
2000i licenses? Please cc: any replies to GHSnow@msn.com

Thanks,
Greg Snow
*Support\, Autodesk
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Re: Running Map R2 utilizing a Map 2000i License under ADLM

06-20-2001 06:03 PM in reply to: *ghsnow
Map2 cannot use a Map2000i feature code. Each product has it's own
individual feature code. When you purchase an upgrade the existing .lic
files should be removed within the timeframe specified in the License
Agreement.

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Simon Gillis
Analyst
DPG Product Support EMEA
Autodesk WW Support & Services

"ghsnow" wrote in message
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> I am trying to do the right thing and keep the functionality of the older
> version of MapR2 and/or AutoCAD 14 in a network licensed environment
> utilizing my existing 2000i licenses. My ADLM is running on a NT4 box and
> everything is fine right now because I still have the old versions
> authorized, but soon I will be changing the IP address of the host which
> will force me to re-authorize all of my products. Once I make this
change,
> is it possible to set up the license manager to allow a fixed amount of
say
> Map sessions, whether they are Map 2000i or Map R2? Basically, can I use
my
> previous networked version of Map R2 and force it to grab one of the Map
> 2000i licenses? Please cc: any replies to GHSnow@msn.com
>
> Thanks,
> Greg Snow
>
>
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