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Installing multiple versions

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09-20-2012 10:10 AM

I recently had my work laptop rebuilt by our IT group and they installed our company AutoCAD LT 2013 version with a network license.  However, I have my own copy of AutoCAD LT 2011 with a standalone license as my work often requires me to work with my laptop at customer sites when I don't have network access.

 

Can I install AutoCAD LT 2011 on my machine without uninstalling the 2013 product?  If I should uninstall, do I have to uninstall all Autodesk components (ie. Autodesk Content Service, Autodesk Inventor LT 2013, Autodesk Sync, etc.) or can i just uninstall AutoCAD LT 2013?

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Re: Installing multiple versions

09-20-2012 10:47 AM in reply to: bpoulsen

You shouldn't have to uninstall.  Just install the 2011.  Also, you're one of the lucky few with LT networked.  Did you know you can borrow the network license when you don't have access?  That way you can use your product offline.

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Re: Installing multiple versions

09-20-2012 11:44 AM in reply to: TravisNave

Thanks, really appreciate the quick feedback! 

 

Maybe I won't need my 2011 LT standalone after all.  How do I borrow a network license?

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Re: Installing multiple versions

09-20-2012 12:03 PM in reply to: bpoulsen

You can do it from the Tools menu and choose Borrowing or you can click the Help icon and choose About.  Then click Product Information and it will give you an option to borrow.  This will bring up a calendar for the term of borrow.  You can borrow up to 6 months.

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