I have a stand alone version of AutoCAD LT 2007. It is installed on my laptop computer, which, up until now, has been my only computer. The laptop is on its last legs, and I am planning on getting a new desktop PC, which will be my main computer for work. But I will still keep using the laptop, when traveling away from my usual work location, and for as long as the laptop continues to function. Hopefully, with less demand being put upon it, it wil function better.
According to my license agreement, I am allowed to install a copy of my licensed software...
"...on the hard disk of a second Computer owned by (me) or under (my) control provided that:
(i) the original and second copies are used only by the same person;
(ii) the second copy is Installed and Accessed only on either (a) with respect to Network Versions, a redundant server that makes the Software available for use only when Your primary server on which the active Software copy is Installed becomes inoperable, or (b) a notebook computer or other non-server computer away from Your usual work location for the purpose of enabling You to perform work while away from Your usual work location;
(iii) only one of the Software copies is Accessed at any one time; and
(iv) both copies of the Software are Installed and Accessed exclusively with the copy protection device (if any) supplied with the Software."
Since the original installation was on a laptop, do I have to transfer the license to the new desktop machine, in order to install a second copy on the laptop?
You can try if you want. But since you are putting the old machine to rest, simply uninstall it and activate the new install. Keep in mind that 2007 is not compatible with Windows Vista, 7, or 8. And if you ever upgraded the license either manually or under Subscription, then the lease on that version is expired.
Well, thanks, anyway, but "you can try if you want" isn't really an answer. And as I said, I want to have the old laptop available for work away from home as long as it stays alive - I don't intend to put it to rest.
Sorry, I misinterpretted your original request. If you plan on using both, you do not need to transfer anything. Simply activate your new PC as your 2nd activation and you will be within the bounds of the EULA. Good luck!
Possibly. If so, you can get get a manual activation.
1-800-551-1490 > Option 1 (English) > Option 1 > (Stand-alone)
You will need to provide your serial number and the request code.
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