I am running Autodesk Inventor 2010 (Build 211m Release 10) on a Windows Server 2003 (ercsim2) machine.
The software works perfectly when I am using the machine locally, however I would like to run the software remotely, using a remote desktop connection from my linux box (aslx10 running Ubuntu 10.04) in a different room in the building. This is how I run all the windows software that I require.
When I login to ercsim2 using rdesktop (from aslx4) and attempt to run Autodesk Inventor, I get an hourglass icon for a few seconds after which it seems that Windows abandons the process. I use the following rdesktop options:
$ rdesktop -g 1900x1100 ercsim2.physics.ox.ac.uk
I would imagine this may have something to do with graphics issues? Unfortunately I am not particularly well versed in identifying these bugs in Windows as most of my time is spent on a linux box.
It would be possible to simply walk across to the Autodesk Inventor machine when I need to use it, however I am able to run every other piece of Windows software that I need using remote desktop, and would like to continue this.
I am able to run Autodesk Inventor Design Assistant, Autodesk Inventor View, but not Autodesk Inventor
Are there any ideas in how to get this working?
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No. This setup is in violation of your End User License Agreement and this action is not permitted by Autodesk.
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Thanks for your reply:
I was under the impression that provided the access was made from within the same physical site this was alright-
There is another post (http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/Autodesk-Inventor/as
Please could someone clarify whether this is indeed against the EULA?If not then the question remains whether it is possible to access Inventor from rdesktop.
I see a similar previous post by yourself here as well
This states that RDP is not permitted by the EULA.
As such I will close the post as answered.
Thanks for your help.