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erik.forell
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change from network license to standalone

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11-19-2000 08:05 PM
howe is that done?
i have 8 nls licens and 8 standalones, now i will change some of them. earlier i just had to move the hardwarelock but we dont use them anymore.
*martin, jason
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Re: change from network license to standalone

11-19-2000 10:55 PM in reply to: erik.forell
There is no "supported" way to convert a stand alone install into an ADLM aware install or
vice versa. There are some rumors that some people have made it work without re-installing
but I've not seen any detail about how, and Autodesk won't support it anyway.

Basic things that you need to do are:
1. Contact your dealer. You'll have to change from the network licesnsing scheme to a
local, which means that you'll need additional auth codes.
2. Copy all of your customized files from the deployment to another folder
4. Uninstall Autocad
5. Re-install autocad from the CD - Not from the network deployment
6. Copy your customized files back over the newly installed files (back
them up first)

hth

jason martin
frankfurt-short-bruza

erik_f wrote in message news:ef519e2.-1@WebX.SaUCah8kaAW...
howe is that done? have 8 nls licens and 8 standalones, now i will change some of them.
earlier i just had to move the hardwarelock but we dont use them anymore.

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