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OpieGreg
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ACAD2K and Windows 2000

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10-25-2000 11:20 AM
I am running a networked version of Autocad 2000 on Windows 2000 and I keep getting the fatal error that the hardware lock or the network license is not functioning. I have other users running Windows 95 and Windows NT that are not having any troubles. Thanks for your help.
*Nehls, Kevin
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Re: ACAD2K and Windows 2000

10-25-2000 04:19 PM in reply to: OpieGreg
This link may explain your problem. Windows 2000 Professional clients
running AutoCAD 2000 may need to update a DLL file in order to connect to
the AdLM server.

(copy the entire URL into your browser, watch for wrapping of the URL)

http://www3.autodesk.com/adsk/support/techdoc/0,,157553-123112-273818-20022_
21843,00.html

HTH
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Kevin Nehls
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> I am running a networked version of Autocad 2000 on Windows 2000 and I
keep getting the fatal error that the hardware lock or the network license
is not functioning. I have other users running Windows 95 and Windows NT
that are not having any troubles. Thanks for your help.
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