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License problem

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10-01-2003 01:31 PM
It has started to come several times in a day.
Suddenly comes a message about problem with licende and ask to take contact to the author. Then cad goes down. Sometimes it autosave some of the drawings but never that drawing I am workin it. Is there something doing with win2000 updates? (I use windows update-page)

Katja
*Shuster, Cy
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Re: License problem

10-01-2003 11:39 PM in reply to: Lintunen
What version of AutoCAD is it? Is the license on a network server? What is
the error message?

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It has started to come several times in a day.
Suddenly comes a message about problem with licende and ask to take contact
to the author. Then cad goes down. Sometimes it autosave some of the
drawings but never that drawing I am workin it. Is there something doing
with win2000 updates? (I use windows update-page)
Katja
New Member
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎10-01-2003
Message 3 of 4 (134 Views)

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10-07-2003 05:03 PM in reply to: Lintunen
I have Autocad 2002. We have licenses for each computer so it isn't network license.
First comes "Your license is invalid. Please contact your local authorized Autocad dealer"
Then comes: "Fatal error: this product is not property authorized to run on this system."
The office where our firm has bought our products haven't enough knowhow to help me.

Katja
*Services\, Autodesk Professional
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10-07-2003 05:37 PM in reply to: Lintunen
In the first instance please ensure you have the
AutoCAD 2002 Service Pack 1 installed.

 


 

This can help with intermittent errors such as
those described.

 

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Simon Gillis
Autodesk Professional
Services


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I
have Autocad 2002. We have licenses for each computer so it isn't network
license.
First comes "Your license is invalid. Please contact your local
authorized Autocad dealer"
Then comes: "Fatal error: this product is not
property authorized to run on this system."
The office where our firm has
bought our products haven't enough knowhow to help me.

Katja

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