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Registered: ‎08-13-2013
Post 11 of 13

Re: Software License Check Out Failed Error 5

08-13-2013 11:39 AM in reply to: Weecow

So your telling me you have no fix for a error 5 that autodesk has made  for conection issues to activate the software.  And you have no support technions  to address  how to disable IV6  so that  just   the IV4 conects to base servers?  Sounds like you  need to find away to have a patch that can fix the reg of a computer  in  a remote seting. where can i get the old software that worked correctly with out  a  error. you can tell me you  have not fixed  this for someone  before.   Myt issue is this it installes correctly    just the actvation fails  because of your internet valdation can  make a conection.   even though its been installed  from  internet  you need  a  hotfix to patch this!!

 

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Post 12 of 13

Re: Software License Check Out Failed Error 5

08-13-2013 01:23 PM in reply to: n4nature

n4nature wrote:

I have been trying to install Autodesk 3ds Max 2014 on Windows 8 and hitting this error:

 
3456 2013/08/13 10:26:37 AdlmIntError=5 [Unable to launch or connect to LMU]

 

 

Thanks!

NT


Welcome to the community.


Check to see if the 2014 Activation crash is applicable to your issue.

 

Also, add the application to your firewall exceptions or as a trusted application.  Error 5 is sometimes a blocking error.

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Post 13 of 13

Re: Software License Check Out Failed Error 5

08-13-2013 01:25 PM in reply to: godogs2002-1

godogs2002-1 wrote:

So your telling me you have no fix for a error 5 ... And you have no support technions ...?  Sounds like you  need to find away to have a patch that can fix the reg of a computer  in  a remote seting.

 


This is a peer community.  I am not Autodesk.  There is no 'proverbial' you here.  This is a forum of users helping users. 

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