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*Wedding, James
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Win 2000 and Acad

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02-07-2000 08:21 AM
Has anyone at Autodesk tested Win2000 and the ADLM or any other components?
We're going to upgrade our server in the next month probably and I keep
thinking that I should move up now while I'm doing everything else. Just
makes sense to tear it up once instead of once now and again in six months.

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James Wedding, E.I.T.
Jones & Boyd, Inc.
Dallas, TX

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*Jessup, Allen S.
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Re: Win 2000 and Acad

02-07-2000 10:58 AM in reply to: *Wedding, James
I've heard a rumor, from our reseller, that Autodesk is working on that now.
The bad news is that it might not be done in less that 6 months. He also
could not tell me if it would be a free patch or a priced upgrade.

Luck
Allen

James Wedding wrote in message
news:87mres$i3717@adesknews2.autodesk.com...
> Has anyone at Autodesk tested Win2000 and the ADLM or any other
components?
> We're going to upgrade our server in the next month probably and I keep
> thinking that I should move up now while I'm doing everything else. Just
> makes sense to tear it up once instead of once now and again in six
months.
>
> --
> James Wedding, E.I.T.
> Jones & Boyd, Inc.
> Dallas, TX
>
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>
>
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*Milana, Jerry
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02-07-2000 11:53 AM in reply to: *Wedding, James
Allen is correct in that we have not made any announcements regarding any test
results or support of Windows 2000.
I am looking for sites that are using Windows 2000 on their AutoCAD 2000
workstations. Specifically, I have been observing a mixed bag of feedback from
the field regarding pulling licenses from AdLM on Windows 2000 workstations.
Some sites, like myself, report "no problem" others complain they can not grab
a license. I am looking for the sites who are having a problem getting a
license. If you feel you fall into such a category, please Email me directly.
To clarify, my investigation into this specific problem is not a statement of
support or non-support of Windows 2000.
When I get some answers to this, I will post them to this newsgroup.

Jerry Milana,
Autodesk Product Support

"Allen S. Jessup" wrote:

> I've heard a rumor, from our reseller, that Autodesk is working on that now.
> The bad news is that it might not be done in less that 6 months. He also
> could not tell me if it would be a free patch or a priced upgrade.
>
> Luck
> Allen
>
> James Wedding wrote in message
> news:87mres$i3717@adesknews2.autodesk.com...
> > Has anyone at Autodesk tested Win2000 and the ADLM or any other
> components?
> > We're going to upgrade our server in the next month probably and I keep
> > thinking that I should move up now while I'm doing everything else. Just
> > makes sense to tear it up once instead of once now and again in six
> months.
> >
> > --
> > James Wedding, E.I.T.
> > Jones & Boyd, Inc.
> > Dallas, TX
> >
> > Remove NOSPAM for reply
> >
> >
> >
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