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*Lauder, Nick
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network to stand-alone

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06-27-2001 02:45 AM
I'm sure this has been covered before, but I couldn't find it. Is it
possible to convert a network install to a stand alone liscense. I have a
couple people with network copies that we bought stand alones for and would
prefer not to reinstall

Nick Harper
CAD Manager
Palmer & Lauder Eng., Inc
pl-eng@nvbell.net
*Autodesk\
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Re: network to stand-alone

06-28-2001 08:31 AM in reply to: *Lauder, Nick
Nick,

Your only option is to uninstall the network version and install the
stand-alone copies.

Regards,

Greg Suppes
License Technology Development
Autodesk

"Nick@Palmer & Lauder" wrote in message
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> I'm sure this has been covered before, but I couldn't find it. Is it
> possible to convert a network install to a stand alone liscense. I have a
> couple people with network copies that we bought stand alones for and
would
> prefer not to reinstall
>
> Nick Harper
> CAD Manager
> Palmer & Lauder Eng., Inc
> pl-eng@nvbell.net
>
>
>

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