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looka
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Registered: ‎10-21-2003
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ADLM + 2000i add second license

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01-21-2002 08:07 PM
hello and thanks in advance..
This is about licensing Autocad 2000i ITA.
I own two multiple licenses for 30 clients each, after installing the first one with the authorization code from autodesk on Windows 2000 Server (the server has only one network card), I tried to add the second license using the second authorization as defined in ADLM help and Network installation help on cd, but as I expected the first key was overwritten..
Is there another license manager I have to use to add licenses or have I to upgrade ADLm (I couldn't find which version mine is) or have I to contact Autodesk to assemble my two licenses in one?
many thanks
*Ahava, Petri
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Re: ADLM + 2000i add second license

01-21-2002 08:42 PM in reply to: looka
Fear Luca,

 

AutoCAD 2000i uses the Elan license manager and one
server can take care of one instance of a named Autodesk product. You must ask
Autodesk for a code for 60 licenses, otherwise the latest code you input will
always overwrite the older one. The only way you can have the different "pools"
working independently is to install on 2 separate servers, each running ADLM,
each 30 licenses.

 

HTH

 

Petri Ahava

CAD-Q Finland


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hello
and thanks in advance..
This is about licensing Autocad 2000i ITA.
I
own two multiple licenses for 30 clients each, after installing the first one
with the authorization code from autodesk on Windows 2000 Server (the server
has only one network card), I tried to add the second license using the second
authorization as defined in ADLM help and Network installation help on cd, but
as I expected the first key was overwritten..
Is there another license
manager I have to use to add licenses or have I to upgrade ADLm (I couldn't
find which version mine is) or have I to contact Autodesk to assemble my two
licenses in one?
many thanks
Member
looka
Posts: 3
Registered: ‎10-21-2003
Message 3 of 3 (121 Views)

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02-12-2002 06:05 PM in reply to: looka
Hi Petri, thanks for your quick reply..
I couldn't convert my two licenses in a single one because the Autocad reseller has not replied to my question yet and I don't know how to contact Autodesk directly by phone to ask personally about my problem..
As soon as possible I hope to thank you again saying everything's working fine..
Bye
Luca
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