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*Carlos
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adlm query

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03-20-2000 08:36 AM
Hi everybody.
We have A2K network installed. From the adlm server, I can use the query
tool to see the active server and the clients. I installed the adlm tools
on another computer too. When I click on "Servers" I can see the server and
that it is active, but when I click on "Clients" I get the following error:

Server plot-server:
License server host unknown

Any ideas?
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kbean
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Registered: ‎05-04-2000
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Re: adlm query

05-04-2000 05:31 PM in reply to: *Carlos
I have this problem as well Carlos and if you've found a solution I 'd appreciate find out what it is.

I have seen a number of posts on this site with the same problem, unfortunately their all single posts. ;(

If someone from Autodesk is listening , please send help……. and thank you all in advance.

Kirk
*milana, jerry
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05-05-2000 11:52 AM in reply to: *Carlos
This problem is usually caused by insufficient network access rights to the
adlm.log file on the adlm server. It can also be caused by name resolution
irregularities and ARP problems.

Jerry Milana,
Autodesk Product Support

"kbean" wrote in message
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> I have this problem as well Carlos and if you've found a solution I 'd
appreciate find out what it is.
>
> I have seen a number of posts on this site with the same problem,
unfortunately their all single posts. ;(
>
> If someone from Autodesk is listening , please send help... and thank you
all in advance.
>
> Kirk
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