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*Fisk, Justin
Message 1 of 4 (102 Views)

VPN and Adlm

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01-02-2001 04:55 AM
Hello,
I have a couple of questions maybe someone can answer them.

1. Will Adlm work over a VPN? Has anyone tried it? In theory it should
work but has anyone done it? I just want to know before I setup all of the
VPN stuff.

2. In reading the Autodesk License Agreement it states that the software
cannot be run over a WAN or the internet. Can the software be loaded
locally onto machines and then use the VPN to access the Adlm server. Since
the software is not being run over a WAN it is installed locally, just
checking for the adlm server. Is running the software this way in violation
of the License Agreement?

Thanks for the information,
Justin Fisk
*James Wedding, E.I.T.
Message 2 of 4 (102 Views)

Re: VPN and Adlm

01-02-2001 05:09 AM in reply to: *Fisk, Justin
I asked this same question a few months ago and got an A-OK from Adesk. The
fun part is that you have to either haul your computer into the office to do
the client deployment or create a client intall on your computer then
install it. Neither one's a big deal.

For the record, I've never done it, but all indications are that it's a
possibility.

--
James Wedding, E.I.T.
IT Manager
Jones & Boyd, Inc.
Dallas, Texas
jwedding@NOSPAMjones-boyd.com
Remove NOSPAM from e-mail for reply.
*milana, jerry
Message 3 of 4 (102 Views)

Re: VPN and Adlm

01-05-2001 10:28 AM in reply to: *Fisk, Justin
Justin,

I am on vacation but will be back next week. I will address your posting
then.

Jerry Milana,
Autodesk Product Support

"Justin Fisk" wrote in message
news:619DC2D9F97B2738F3D1035B618E10E5@in.WebX.SaUCah8kaAW...
>
> Hello,
> I have a couple of questions maybe someone can answer them.
>
> 1. Will Adlm work over a VPN? Has anyone tried it? In theory it should
> work but has anyone done it? I just want to know before I setup all of
the
> VPN stuff.
>
> 2. In reading the Autodesk License Agreement it states that the software
> cannot be run over a WAN or the internet. Can the software be loaded
> locally onto machines and then use the VPN to access the Adlm server.
Since
> the software is not being run over a WAN it is installed locally, just
> checking for the adlm server. Is running the software this way in
violation
> of the License Agreement?
>
> Thanks for the information,
> Justin Fisk
>
*Fisk, Justin
Message 4 of 4 (102 Views)

Re: VPN and Adlm

01-08-2001 04:54 AM in reply to: *Fisk, Justin
Just to let everyone know, I was able to get the VPN to work.
Justin Fisk
"Justin Fisk" wrote in message
news:619DC2D9F97B2738F3D1035B618E10E5@in.WebX.SaUCah8kaAW...
>
> Hello,
> I have a couple of questions maybe someone can answer them.
>
> 1. Will Adlm work over a VPN? Has anyone tried it? In theory it should
> work but has anyone done it? I just want to know before I setup all of
the
> VPN stuff.
>
> 2. In reading the Autodesk License Agreement it states that the software
> cannot be run over a WAN or the internet. Can the software be loaded
> locally onto machines and then use the VPN to access the Adlm server.
Since
> the software is not being run over a WAN it is installed locally, just
> checking for the adlm server. Is running the software this way in
violation
> of the License Agreement?
>
> Thanks for the information,
> Justin Fisk
>

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