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*Keith
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Checking out a licence

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12-28-1999 09:33 AM
Can you "check out" a licence?? The reason I ask is, we have a Cad person
who is going to work 3 days here at work and then 2 days at home. We are
getting ready to get 4 licences of LDDT 2 on network version and I was
wondering if you can check one out. If not, I guess we will have to convert
one back to a regular licence. I thought I saw somewhere about setting it
up so she can dial into out LAN/WAN and get it that way, but I can't seem to
find that post. Any help on this issue will be GREAT!! I'm trying to find
away so she doesn't have to buy acad herself.

Keith
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*Milana, Jerry
Message 2 of 3 (138 Views)

Re: Checking out a licence

01-04-2000 01:41 PM in reply to: *Keith
Sorry, Keith, but AdLM does not have a check out feature.

Jerry Milana,
Autodesk Product Support

Keith wrote:

> Can you "check out" a licence?? The reason I ask is, we have a Cad person
> who is going to work 3 days here at work and then 2 days at home. We are
> getting ready to get 4 licences of LDDT 2 on network version and I was
> wondering if you can check one out. If not, I guess we will have to convert
> one back to a regular licence. I thought I saw somewhere about setting it
> up so she can dial into out LAN/WAN and get it that way, but I can't seem to
> find that post. Any help on this issue will be GREAT!! I'm trying to find
> away so she doesn't have to buy acad herself.
>
> Keith
> --
> remove ".ns" to email
*Mann, Byron
Message 3 of 3 (138 Views)

Re: Checking out a licence

01-07-2000 08:22 AM in reply to: *Keith
VPN (Virtual Private Networking) runs over a internet connection and allows
the client to see your network. Check into it. If you have a firewall it
can be a pain to set up. But if they dial directly into your server through
a modem, it should work really well.

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Byron Mann
GIS Applications Engineer
byron.mann@cadapult.net
http://gis.cadapult.net/mapguide

Keith wrote in message
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> Can you "check out" a licence?? The reason I ask is, we have a Cad person
> who is going to work 3 days here at work and then 2 days at home. We are
> getting ready to get 4 licences of LDDT 2 on network version and I was
> wondering if you can check one out. If not, I guess we will have to
convert
> one back to a regular licence. I thought I saw somewhere about setting
it
> up so she can dial into out LAN/WAN and get it that way, but I can't seem
to
> find that post. Any help on this issue will be GREAT!! I'm trying to
find
> away so she doesn't have to buy acad herself.
>
> Keith
> --
> remove ".ns" to email
>
>
>
>

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