I am using Autocad Civil 3D 2010 network License in Single PC.Now I need to trasfer autocad from this PC to another PC.Please let me know the procedure.
Can I upgrade this Version?
Can I install autocad one more PC by using the Same License ? If possible how many PC,s Possible? What is the Procedure for this?
Thanks for your respnse..
To use your AutoCAD Civil 3D 2010 on another PC you need to install the program on the new PC and borrow the license. If you own 1 seat only, you can install the program on as many computers as you need, but you can use it only on 1 machine at a time. Check this online solution for more details on Network licenses.
You can upgrade the 2010 version to AutoCAD Civil 3D 2013 via one of our Authorized Resellers.
Let me know if you have any more questions.
Actually I need to transfer the License to another PC.Currently autocad installed PC is going to be scrapped don't know how to transfer the License.Please advice.
As suggested above you can use the License Transfer Utility to transfer your license from the computer to be retired to your new computer.
Unfortunately, we do not offer free upgrades to the latest version.
The 2010 releases are the first LTU compatible versions (please see the "applies to" section on the right hand side of this linked page).
In the interest of not dragging this on any longer, I'd suggest forgetting about the LTU this time around. Alternatively, please uninstall on the old machine and install / activate on the new.
If for some reason you experience an activation limit error, please either contact our Registration and Activation group for assistance, or send me a Private Message (click on my philip.s profile name and then "Send this user a private message") with your serial number and product request code.
Furthermore as you had inquired about the number of installations allowed per a given license, I'd like to point out that Autodesk allows 2 activations per license (typically for 1 desktop + 1 laptop, must be 1 user and can't be used concurrently). Please check out this link for more information on the subject.
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