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*Kizior, John
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Checking Server

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07-08-2003 02:30 AM
I am running a distributed server environment, when at a workstation, how
can I tell what server is being hit. I realize I could look at debug logs
and such, but is there a command or variable I can check within AutoCAD
2002.

JJ
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*Shuster, Cy
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Re: Checking Server

07-08-2003 03:07 AM in reply to: *Kizior, John
Sorry, this won't help you, but in AutoCAD 2004, the "Product Information"
button in the About box will show the server name (for the network version).

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> I am running a distributed server environment, when at a workstation, how
> can I tell what server is being hit. I realize I could look at debug logs
> and such, but is there a command or variable I can check within AutoCAD
> 2002.
>
> JJ
>
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