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*Rukicc
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WINDOWS XP PRO REMOTE DESKTOP CONNECTION.....

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06-09-2003 11:22 AM
I have one small problem, sometimes i need to conect to my workstation from
another location(home for example), then I use XP remote desktop conection,
but ACAD 2004 don`t work.
Localy all is fine, but when i connect from home for example i get an error
about neatwork Licence....

Somebody can tell me why i can`t work?

Rukicc
*milana, jerry
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Re: WINDOWS XP PRO REMOTE DESKTOP CONNECTION.....

06-09-2003 03:44 PM in reply to: *Rukicc
Sorry but AutoCAD is not designed to be remote displayed. If you are using
the network licensed version of AutoCAD 2004 you could use license borrowing
to work at home. See http://support.autodesk.com/getDoc.asp?id=TS64997 for
information on license borrowing.

--
Jerry Milana,
Autodesk Professional Services


"Rukicc" wrote in message
news:22401E6C390E577C6E9CE725100484B4@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> I have one small problem, sometimes i need to conect to my workstation
from
> another location(home for example), then I use XP remote desktop
conection,
> but ACAD 2004 don`t work.
> Localy all is fine, but when i connect from home for example i get an
error
> about neatwork Licence....
>
> Somebody can tell me why i can`t work?
>
> Rukicc
>
>
>
*Wedding, James
Message 3 of 5 (153 Views)

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06-09-2003 09:02 PM in reply to: *Rukicc
Is this new in 2004? I've used Remote Desktop on a XP Pro box with LDT3 with
no display or licensing issues. It's a bit slow on the video, but it let me
do the quick check I needed for a client.

--
James Wedding, P.E.
IT Manager
Jones & Boyd, Inc.
Dallas, TX
jwedding@*NOSPAM*jones-boyd.com
*Price, Gordon
Message 4 of 5 (153 Views)

Re: WINDOWS XP PRO REMOTE DESKTOP CONNECTION.....

06-10-2003 01:47 AM in reply to: *Rukicc
"Rukicc" wrote in message
news:22401E6C390E577C6E9CE725100484B4@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> I have one small problem, sometimes i need to conect to my workstation
from
> another location(home for example), then I use XP remote desktop
conection,
> but ACAD 2004 don`t work.
> Localy all is fine, but when i connect from home for example i get an
error
> about neatwork Licence....
>
You might try a VPN connection to the office before you do the remote
Desktop connection. With VPN you are effectively within the same subnet as
the licence manager. I know this works with R2002, so I am curious if it
still works with 2004.

best,
Gordon
*Rukicc
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07-06-2003 08:22 PM in reply to: *Rukicc
I try this in office. Why i need to try VPN connection?
PC with Xp is in another room.
My IP is 10.1.2.45. and PC with XP 10.1.2.11.

"Gordon Price" wrote in message
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>
> "Rukicc" wrote in message
> news:22401E6C390E577C6E9CE725100484B4@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> > I have one small problem, sometimes i need to conect to my workstation
> from
> > another location(home for example), then I use XP remote desktop
> conection,
> > but ACAD 2004 don`t work.
> > Localy all is fine, but when i connect from home for example i get an
> error
> > about neatwork Licence....
> >
> You might try a VPN connection to the office before you do the remote
> Desktop connection. With VPN you are effectively within the same subnet as
> the licence manager. I know this works with R2002, so I am curious if it
> still works with 2004.
>
> best,
> Gordon
>
>

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