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eunice.chagoya
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What does 85674T1MF_2011_0F stands for?

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04-23-2013 03:51 PM

What does 85674T1MF_2011_0F stands for?

 

I need to know which product my user is dealing with, but I am not able to identify it on the forhums or quick documentation search.

 

Thank you.

T1MF license is Term Multi Flex license. It will allow running multiple 2011 Autodesk products (around 100). It is mentioned in 2012 feature codes kb article, but probably got missed from adding in the 2011 feature codes document. 

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04-23-2013 04:53 PM in reply to: eunice.chagoya
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DarrenP
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04-23-2013 04:54 PM in reply to: DarrenP
i am thinking its one of the moldflow products
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ankushved
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Re: What does 85674T1MF_2011_0F stands for?

04-24-2013 02:07 AM in reply to: eunice.chagoya

T1MF license is Term Multi Flex license. It will allow running multiple 2011 Autodesk products (around 100). It is mentioned in 2012 feature codes kb article, but probably got missed from adding in the 2011 feature codes document. 



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inchul.lee
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Re: What does 85674T1MF_2011_0F stands for?

04-25-2013 06:41 PM in reply to: ankushved

 

Hi Ankush, I flagged your post as a solution :smileyhappy:

I'm checking with our contents team to update our technical solutions.



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eunice.chagoya
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Re: What does 85674T1MF_2011_0F stands for?

05-03-2013 10:48 AM in reply to: eunice.chagoya

Thank you for your answer :smileyhappy:

 

Looking fordward to see the documentation updated.

 

Thanks.

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