I am running AutoCAD 2006 and for some reason this morning I had a window pop up and tell me I only have 12 more days before my license expires? I’ve had the program since it was released and had it on this particular computer for over a year. It is asking for an activations code. Autodesk says I have Upgraded to AutoCAD 2007 and have only 120 days to remove AutoCAD 2006 from my computer. Like I said before, I have had 2006 on this particular computer for over a year. I run an ADD-ON (plugin) program that requires AutoCAD 2006, hence the reason I have not upgraded my version of AutoCAD. PLEASE HELP!
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Solved! by camilo.lemos. See the answer in context.
I just sent it a couple minutes ago, have you got it?
Hi kkfab and welcome to the Autodesk Community Forums
From what I can see in your software activations, your AutoCAD 2006 has indeed been upgraded to the 2007 version which then had its serial number split into two different serial numbers. Only one of the serial numbers is still on Subscription. This means that, as you own the 2006 product and you have one upgraded seat under Subscription, you can use 1 seat as AutoCAD 2006.
I have sent you a new activation code for AutoCAD 2006 via Private Message (click on the envelope next to your screen name at the top of this screen).
Let me know if you have any other questions of if you need any further assistance!
Welcome to the forums Guillermo!
Can you please either contact our License Assistance Team (24X5) for direct activation support, or send me a Private Message (click on my philip.s profile name and then "Send this user a private message") with your serial number and product request code.
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