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More info . .

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01-15-2001 01:38 AM
This is one of the entries in my ADLM log. It pertains to the user in with
the problem:

01-Jan-12 11:18:44: Bob@cad2 [0]: Authorization failure; key
/adlm/key\250.lic only valid for: fga
*Support], Anthony Governanti [Autodesk
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Re: More info . .

01-15-2001 04:57 AM in reply to: *T., Scott
That suggests that only that user is allowed to have that license, you may
have some access restriction implemented. Try logging in as admin on the
machine to see if it releases the license.

--
Anthony Governanti [Autodesk Support]
AEC Product Support Americas
WW Support & Services, Autodesk
*T., Scott
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01-15-2001 05:28 AM in reply to: *T., Scott
I have, and it still doesn't work.
"Anthony Governanti [Autodesk Support]"
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> That suggests that only that user is allowed to have that license, you may
> have some access restriction implemented. Try logging in as admin on the
> machine to see if it releases the license.
>
> --
> Anthony Governanti [Autodesk Support]
> AEC Product Support Americas
> WW Support & Services, Autodesk
>
*Support], Anthony Governanti [Autodesk
Post 4 of 5

Re: More info . .

01-15-2001 05:34 AM in reply to: *T., Scott
Best thing to DO is Post in the Network News Group. Its hard for me to
troubleshoot over email, with my limited experience in the ADLM. The
Network NG will have more adept people there to answer you.

--
Anthony Governanti [Autodesk Support]
AEC Product Support Americas
WW Support & Services, Autodesk
*milana, jerry
Post 5 of 5

Re: More info . .

01-16-2001 07:37 AM in reply to: *T., Scott
If fga is the hostname of your server, then it means either something has
changed in your network properties and has caused a server code change or
your server has more than one network interface (physical or logical).

In the former case, a new auth code(s) will do the trick. If it is the
later, either remove all but one interface and reauthorize or move AdLM to
another system.

jerry milana,
Autodesk Product Support

"Scott T." wrote in message
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> This is one of the entries in my ADLM log. It pertains to the user in
with
> the problem:
>
> 01-Jan-12 11:18:44: Bob@cad2 [0]: Authorization failure; key
> /adlm/key\250.lic only valid for: fga
>
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