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*Elsen, Bob
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uninstall and reinstall of ADLM

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06-18-2000 10:21 AM
I just received a new machine and want to uninstall the ADLM from my old
computer and reinstall to my new computer. What do I have to do to
accomplish this?

Do I have to uninstall the ADLM first before reinstalling on the new
computer?
Can I leave the ADLM on the first computer while I attempt to get it
running on the new computer? My concern is getting it back up and running
without any problems and down time.
Do I reuse the authorization codes originally given by Autodesk?

All the documentation that I have seen talks about installing. Nothing is
in writing about how to uninstall and reinstall.

Help me please.

Bob Elsen
belsen@ci.bremerton.wa.us
*Schroeder, Bud
Message 2 of 3 (188 Views)

Re: uninstall and reinstall of ADLM

06-18-2000 08:29 PM in reply to: *Elsen, Bob
Hi Bob,

You can leave it on the old computer while you are setting up the new one.
But the NEW one will not run with the existing authorization code. You will
need to contact Autodesk to get the new auth code. Just tell them what you
are doing;-)...

Hope this helps.

Bud

Bob Elsen wrote:

> I just received a new machine and want to uninstall the ADLM from my old
> computer and reinstall to my new computer. What do I have to do to
> accomplish this?
>
> Do I have to uninstall the ADLM first before reinstalling on the new
> computer?
> Can I leave the ADLM on the first computer while I attempt to get it
> running on the new computer? My concern is getting it back up and running
> without any problems and down time.
> Do I reuse the authorization codes originally given by Autodesk?
>
> All the documentation that I have seen talks about installing. Nothing is
> in writing about how to uninstall and reinstall.
>
> Help me please.
>
> Bob Elsen
> belsen@ci.bremerton.wa.us
*Watkins, Jim
Message 3 of 3 (188 Views)

Re: uninstall and reinstall of ADLM

06-19-2000 06:10 PM in reply to: *Elsen, Bob
bob,
This is where a ghosting / Drive image program is a good thing. You copy the
machine onto the network and dump it onto the new one. The gain in time on the
image is somewhat tempered with the changing of drivers on the new machine,
but it is a byte for byte copy and so EVERY feature of the source machine is
copied to the new one. I am about to do a whole lab upgrade this way.
The ADLM will go from your old machine clean to the new one.
Jim

Bob Elsen wrote:

> I just received a new machine and want to uninstall the ADLM from my old
> computer and reinstall to my new computer. What do I have to do to
> accomplish this?
>
> Do I have to uninstall the ADLM first before reinstalling on the new
> computer?
> Can I leave the ADLM on the first computer while I attempt to get it
> running on the new computer? My concern is getting it back up and running
> without any problems and down time.
> Do I reuse the authorization codes originally given by Autodesk?
>
> All the documentation that I have seen talks about installing. Nothing is
> in writing about how to uninstall and reinstall.
>
> Help me please.
>
> Bob Elsen
> belsen@ci.bremerton.wa.us

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