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*Drager, Tony
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Local License Change to Network?

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02-11-2000 07:56 AM
After testing ACAD2K on 30 desktops as local installations, is there an easy
way to change those desktops to a network license? Thanks in advance.

:smileysurprised:)

--
Tony Drager
Stanley Consultants
DragerTony@StanleyGroup.com
*Milana, Jerry
Message 2 of 4 (132 Views)

Re: Local License Change to Network?

02-11-2000 12:02 PM in reply to: *Drager, Tony
Tony, if you have 30 standalone licenses, you first need to visit your dealer to
get the 30 standalone serial numbers changed to a 30 seat network license/serial
number.
Once done with that, you will have to install the license manager and create at
least one "Deployment" for the network version of AutoCAD. At each workstation,
you should uninstall the stand alone AutoCAD and run setup.exe located in the
deployment directory you created. You can configure the deployments so that no
user input is required aside from starting it.

Jerry Milana,
Autodesk Product Support

Tony Drager wrote:

> After testing ACAD2K on 30 desktops as local installations, is there an easy
> way to change those desktops to a network license? Thanks in advance.
>
> :smileysurprised:)
>
> --
> Tony Drager
> Stanley Consultants
> DragerTony@StanleyGroup.com
*Brown, Tim
Message 3 of 4 (132 Views)

Re:

03-03-2000 03:22 PM in reply to: *Drager, Tony
What about changing AutoCADR14 to a network license? We currently only have
one stand alone license.

Jerry Milana wrote in message
news:38A46ABB.D7CA5CBA@autodesk.com...
> Tony, if you have 30 standalone licenses, you first need to visit your
dealer to
> get the 30 standalone serial numbers changed to a 30 seat network
license/serial
> number.
> Once done with that, you will have to install the license manager and
create at
> least one "Deployment" for the network version of AutoCAD. At each
workstation,
> you should uninstall the stand alone AutoCAD and run setup.exe located in
the
> deployment directory you created. You can configure the deployments so
that no
> user input is required aside from starting it.
>
> Jerry Milana,
> Autodesk Product Support
>
> Tony Drager wrote:
>
> > After testing ACAD2K on 30 desktops as local installations, is there an
easy
> > way to change those desktops to a network license? Thanks in advance.
> >
> > :smileysurprised:)
> >
> > --
> > Tony Drager
> > Stanley Consultants
> > DragerTony@StanleyGroup.com
>
*Milana, Jerry
Message 4 of 4 (132 Views)

Re:

03-03-2000 04:28 PM in reply to: *Drager, Tony
Tim,

Check with your dealer, I do not know if such a change is avaliable but the
dealer can contact Autodesk sales about that.

Jerry

Tim Brown wrote:

> What about changing AutoCADR14 to a network license? We currently only have
> one stand alone license.
>
> Jerry Milana wrote in message
> news:38A46ABB.D7CA5CBA@autodesk.com...
> > Tony, if you have 30 standalone licenses, you first need to visit your
> dealer to
> > get the 30 standalone serial numbers changed to a 30 seat network
> license/serial
> > number.
> > Once done with that, you will have to install the license manager and
> create at
> > least one "Deployment" for the network version of AutoCAD. At each
> workstation,
> > you should uninstall the stand alone AutoCAD and run setup.exe located in
> the
> > deployment directory you created. You can configure the deployments so
> that no
> > user input is required aside from starting it.
> >
> > Jerry Milana,
> > Autodesk Product Support
> >
> > Tony Drager wrote:
> >
> > > After testing ACAD2K on 30 desktops as local installations, is there an
> easy
> > > way to change those desktops to a network license? Thanks in advance.
> > >
> > > :smileysurprised:)
> > >
> > > --
> > > Tony Drager
> > > Stanley Consultants
> > > DragerTony@StanleyGroup.com
> >

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