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*Rizzo, Jon
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Trouble using ADLM Query in Win 2000

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05-28-2001 09:49 PM
We are running the ADLM on 6 NT 4 Servers using TCP/IP. From an NT 4
workstation, I am able to check the status of all of the servers using the
ADLM TCP/IP Query License Servers utility. When I try to run this program
from a Windows 2000 workstation, however, when I click the "Servers" or
"Clients" button, I get a messag that says "No license servers active".
When I click on the "Environment" button, the ACADSERVER variable is set
exactly the same as on the NT 4 workstation, but for some reason, the query
does not find them. Is there anything special that I need to do to get this
to work in Windows 2000?


Jon Rizzo
Langan Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc.
*Stein, David
Message 2 of 3 (77 Views)

Re: Trouble using ADLM Query in Win 2000

06-04-2001 02:00 PM in reply to: *Rizzo, Jon
Totally silly question (but I have to ask, JUST in case...): Can you PING
the AdLM servers from your Win2k w/s? If so, can you browse them via
Windows Explorer and Network Neighborhood/My Network Places as well?

Dave

"Jon Rizzo" wrote in message
news:AA0D82D7A1B111116157181E356BC3FF@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> We are running the ADLM on 6 NT 4 Servers using TCP/IP. From an NT 4
> workstation, I am able to check the status of all of the servers using the
> ADLM TCP/IP Query License Servers utility. When I try to run this program
> from a Windows 2000 workstation, however, when I click the "Servers" or
> "Clients" button, I get a messag that says "No license servers active".
> When I click on the "Environment" button, the ACADSERVER variable is set
> exactly the same as on the NT 4 workstation, but for some reason, the
query
> does not find them. Is there anything special that I need to do to get
this
> to work in Windows 2000?
>
>
> Jon Rizzo
> Langan Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc.
>
>
*Rizzo, Jon
Message 3 of 3 (77 Views)

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06-04-2001 10:24 PM in reply to: *Rizzo, Jon
Yes, our ADLM servers are available everywhere (I even have drives mapped to
them). In fact, I would not be able to log into our network if the server
with our primary ADLM was not available. I'm baffled!

Jon


"David Stein" wrote in message
news:E91601C9F75D8FADEAACA7BFA8C21B50@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> Totally silly question (but I have to ask, JUST in case...): Can you PING
> the AdLM servers from your Win2k w/s? If so, can you browse them via
> Windows Explorer and Network Neighborhood/My Network Places as well?
>
> Dave
>
> "Jon Rizzo" wrote in message
> news:AA0D82D7A1B111116157181E356BC3FF@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> > We are running the ADLM on 6 NT 4 Servers using TCP/IP. From an NT 4
> > workstation, I am able to check the status of all of the servers using
the
> > ADLM TCP/IP Query License Servers utility. When I try to run this
program
> > from a Windows 2000 workstation, however, when I click the "Servers" or
> > "Clients" button, I get a messag that says "No license servers active".
> > When I click on the "Environment" button, the ACADSERVER variable is set
> > exactly the same as on the NT 4 workstation, but for some reason, the
> query
> > does not find them. Is there anything special that I need to do to get
> this
> > to work in Windows 2000?
> >
> >
> > Jon Rizzo
> > Langan Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc.
> >
> >
>
>

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