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currently have a networked copy of ACAD 2002 which has not been installed
since the company is firmly rooted in the Windows 95 operating system.
They have advised me that they want to try loading the program on Terminal
Server, thus making it run on the server's Windows 2000 operating system.
Having lived thru the bad old days of slooooow regens, I have the following
1. Does the licensing permit us to legally run the program on Terminal
2. Can AutoCAD 2002 even run on Terminal Server.
3. What effect will Terminal Server have on the program's speed when all
three licenses are in use.
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