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*Endres, Robert
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ability to see other servers ACADLM

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09-24-1999 07:17 AM
We have 3 seperate Network installs in our 3 offices.
How can I see who is using a copy in the other 2 cities
that I am not in.

ie How do I run WINCTRL.EXE and see the other server
installs?

Is there anyway to do this?

Robert Endres
CAD Manager
Landrum & Brown
REndres@Landrum-Brown.com
*[Autodesk], jerry milana
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Re: ability to see other servers ACADLM

09-24-1999 10:31 AM in reply to: *Endres, Robert
Robert,
First, if you are using the IPX version of AdLM, SAP 2064 must be
unfiltered across your WAN. Next, ACADSERVER should be set to a list of
your servers running AdLM. Do not use a @ symbol in your ACADSERVER
variable value. Your tools should then be able to see all of your
servers. For more information on ACADSERVER see
http://www.autodesk.com/support/solutions/14592.htm.

Jerry Milana,
Autodesk Product Support

Robert Endres wrote:

> We have 3 seperate Network installs in our 3 offices.
> How can I see who is using a copy in the other 2 cities
> that I am not in.
>
> ie How do I run WINCTRL.EXE and see the other server
> installs?
>
> Is there anyway to do this?
>
> Robert Endres
> CAD Manager
> Landrum & Brown
> REndres@Landrum-Brown.com

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