Installation & Licensing

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AutoCAD 2004 - License is not usable but may be repaired by a repair code

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01-17-2012 01:32 AM

Still using AutoCAD 2004 on WindowsXP on 15 Workstations. Every now and then we get a message box wich says that the product needs to be re-licensed. We do only have commercial / full license for single PCs, no network licences or trials or student versions.

 

Since AutoCAD sent us an email about turning off the email-adresses for license requests end of 2011... what can we do now?

 

This morning we turned the PC on, no errors, but AutoCAD was asking for a license... in the license manager from AutoCAD 2004 the license is shown as "corrupt".

 

Here is the content of the ACD2004DEUAdlm.err file:

 

284    2012/01/17    08:56:39    Reason=License repair
284    2012/01/17    08:56:39    ComputerName=***
284    2012/01/17    08:56:39    OS=5.1.2600 Service Pack 3
284    2012/01/17    08:56:39    RequestCode=***
284    2012/01/17    08:56:39    AdlmError=11 [License is not usable but may be repaired by a repair code]
284    2012/01/17    08:56:39    VendorID=1 [SAFECAST]
284    2012/01/17    08:56:39    VendorError=6200 [Licence is corrupt, but can be fixed with CdaGroupHelpdeskLicenceRepair]
284    2012/01/17    08:56:39    ExpirationDate=2012/01/24
284    2012/01/17    08:56:39    Behavior=Permanent
284    2012/01/17    08:56:39    Usage=Commercial
284    2012/01/17    08:56:39    License_Install=2011/04/12

The system was re-installed because of hardware changes last year in april, since then it was working without any problems.

 

Any help?

 

greetings,

Markus

 

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