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Adding a new 2000 lic to existing R14 ADLM

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09-07-2000 12:56 PM
I have a WinNT network with ADLM from the R14 CD running. We purchased 3 licenses of R14 and have been running fine for 6 months on 10 workstations (3 at a time). Now we have purchased (not upgraded) a single license of Acad2000i. I would like to add this to my existing ADLM manager, so that the existing 3 R14 licenses are unaffected. The end result would be every workstation would have both R14 and 2000i on the desktop. The first 3 to log on R14 would get in, and the fourth person would have to use 2000i. The 5th person would not be able to get into either. I understand that I can't add another ADLM, so can I add a 2000i license to the R14 ADLM? To add one more twist, the ADLM is actually on a workstation. The program files are on the server. (We did it this way because the server has more than one network adapter).
Thank You!!
Mike Morrissey
*Wedding, James
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Re: Adding a new 2000 lic to existing R14 ADLM

09-07-2000 01:20 PM in reply to: MikeMorr
Just call up Adesk and tell them you need a network code for 1 A2Ki. The two
packages will run with no problem off the same ADLM. We've had the same
thing here when we were transitioning.

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

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> I have a WinNT network with ADLM from the R14 CD running. We purchased 3
licenses of R14 and have been running fine for 6 months on 10 workstations
(3 at a time). Now we have purchased (not upgraded) a single license of
Acad2000i. I would like to add this to my existing ADLM manager, so that the
existing 3 R14 licenses are unaffected. The end result would be every
workstation would have both R14 and 2000i on the desktop. The first 3 to log
on R14 would get in, and the fourth person would have to use 2000i. The 5th
person would not be able to get into either. I understand that I can't add
another ADLM, so can I add a 2000i license to the R14 ADLM? To add one more
twist, the ADLM is actually on a workstation. The program files are on the
server. (We did it this way because the server has more than one network
adapter).
> Thank You!!
> Mike Morrissey
>

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