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*Morton, Si
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Upgrading 14 ADLM to 2000

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04-04-2000 06:52 AM
Help....

We currently have a 7 user R14 ADLM installed on a "Redudant Licence Server
Pool" ( 3 servers ) using Windows NT Server running TCP/IP.

We are looking to upgrade this to AutoCAD 2000 and MDT4 Power Pack

Is anybody aware of any problems using the existing 14.01 Licence manager,
or do we need to strip this off and install the 2000 licence manager.

Any suggestions will be apreciated

Regards

Simon Morton
*milana, jerry
Message 2 of 3 (86 Views)

Re: Upgrading 14 ADLM to 2000

04-04-2000 10:08 AM in reply to: *Morton, Si
Simon,

The difference between the R14.01 and 2000 AdLMs are minimal, they even have
the same version number. If you have a working redundant pool, just make
sure that you are using AdLM version 5.01. If you use the dump log
selection from AdLM Control tool, it will write the AdLM version to the
adlm.log file.

Jerry Milana,
Autodesk Product Support

"Si Morton" wrote in message
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> Help....
>
> We currently have a 7 user R14 ADLM installed on a "Redudant Licence
Server
> Pool" ( 3 servers ) using Windows NT Server running TCP/IP.
>
> We are looking to upgrade this to AutoCAD 2000 and MDT4 Power Pack
>
> Is anybody aware of any problems using the existing 14.01 Licence manager,
> or do we need to strip this off and install the 2000 licence manager.
>
> Any suggestions will be apreciated
>
> Regards
>
> Simon Morton
>
*Technique, Durzy Enseignement
Message 3 of 3 (86 Views)

Re: Upgrading 14 ADLM to 2000

04-05-2000 05:39 AM in reply to: *Morton, Si
Exact jerry
I do that and no problem
Bernard
Si Morton a écrit dans le message :
eefa4bf.-1@WebX.SaUCah8kaAW...
> Help....
>
> We currently have a 7 user R14 ADLM installed on a "Redudant Licence
Server
> Pool" ( 3 servers ) using Windows NT Server running TCP/IP.
>
> We are looking to upgrade this to AutoCAD 2000 and MDT4 Power Pack
>
> Is anybody aware of any problems using the existing 14.01 Licence manager,
> or do we need to strip this off and install the 2000 licence manager.
>
> Any suggestions will be apreciated
>
> Regards
>
> Simon Morton
>
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