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just recently moved our license file to a different server. To try to make it
as painless as possible we created a batch file that ran when a user logged in
and copied the updated licpath.lic to their local drives. We mistakenly forgot
about our laptop users who use stand alones. On one laptop autocad is now
pulling a license from the server, almost as if the stand alone copy converted
itself to a network version. I tried to delete the lic file but autocad won't
start. How did this happen and is there a way other than reinstalling to get
this user's autocad back to being a stand alone? This is a new one to me.
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