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new suite licenses, old single product installs

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04-17-2013 11:11 AM

We now have some new Suite licenses due to the free upgrade promo in March.  I am trying to prepare for changing over those products.  For example, our Map network licenses became Infrastructure Design Suite Standard.

 

Will old installs of Map 2013, 2012, 2011 recognize the new Suite package licenses on the network license manger?  When I parse the file on the Autodesk Partner Portal License Paser site, it shows feature codes for 2011 products (example 85557MAP_2011_0F), but the feature code for 2013 has changed to the Infrastructure Design Suite Standard code(85993IDSS_2013_0F).  There is no Map 2013 feature code.

when you launch map 3d 2013 it will grab 85993IDSS_2013_0F if their are no 85981MAP_2013_0F in the license file

but i think you will be getting 2014  infrastructure standard suite

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04-17-2013 11:33 AM in reply to: Jroper

when you launch map 3d 2013 it will grab 85993IDSS_2013_0F if their are no 85981MAP_2013_0F in the license file

but i think you will be getting 2014  infrastructure standard suite

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04-17-2013 01:55 PM in reply to: DarrenP

Thanks.  I just tested it now.  Our 2013 Map licenses will grab a new IDSS license.  I'm guessing this is a function of the PLIST.  Should we update the PLIST with these new licenses?

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Re: new suite licenses, old single product installs

04-17-2013 01:57 PM in reply to: Jroper

the plist went way when the 2013 products came out

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