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*Doherty, Tim
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Service Pack 2

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01-15-2001 09:12 PM
I am looking at installing Service Pack 2 to our network version of AutoCAD
2000i. Since this is a network version, do I install the Service Pack on
the server or do I install it at the individual workstations?
*milana, jerry
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Re: Service Pack 2

01-16-2001 07:45 AM in reply to: *Doherty, Tim
Tim,
If you have the AutoCAD runtree on each workstation, then the SP should be
installed on each workstation. Also note that for 2000i, the "unlocked" SP
is used for network versions, not the 'locked' SP as with previous AutoCAD
releases.

jerry milana,
Autodesk Product Support

"Tim Doherty" wrote in message
news:E554C683E38AEDCF2F586D4C2564F998@in.WebX.SaUCah8kaAW...
> I am looking at installing Service Pack 2 to our network version of
AutoCAD
> 2000i. Since this is a network version, do I install the Service Pack on
> the server or do I install it at the individual workstations?
>
*Schroeder, Bud
Message 3 of 3 (107 Views)

Re: Service Pack 2

01-16-2001 03:47 PM in reply to: *Doherty, Tim
Hi Tim,

To add to what Jerry told you. If your running the Network install (ACAD.EXE
on the server) you want to patch the admin system first. This is the system
that created the deployment and then installed AutoCAD to the server location.
Be sure to close down all running AutoCADs before you patch them.

Hope this helps.

Bud

Tim Doherty wrote:

> I am looking at installing Service Pack 2 to our network version of AutoCAD
> 2000i. Since this is a network version, do I install the Service Pack on
> the server or do I install it at the individual workstations?
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