Client Administration License

Discussion in 'AutoCAD' started by bloodysphere, Jun 10, 2004.

  1. bloodysphere

    bloodysphere Guest

    Hi,

    Just want to know if there is a tool/software that allow clients to see from their desktop who is using the token licenses from LMTool with Autocad 2004.

    There is this tool existing with SolidWorks and I was wundering if it existe with Autodesk.

    Thanks for your help !
     
    bloodysphere, Jun 10, 2004
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  2. Here is a simple batch file:

    echo off
    cls
    "\\server\c$\adlm2004\lmutil" lmstat -c
    "\\server\c$\adlm2004\license\autodesk.lic" -a
    pause

    You'll obviously have to change the paths and names appropriate for your
    environment and give access to whoever uses it.

    Sincerely,
    Drew Burgasser
    CAD Masters, Inc.


    from their desktop who is using the token licenses from LMTool with Autocad
    2004.
     
    Drew Burgasser, Jun 10, 2004
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  3. bloodysphere

    bloodysphere Guest

    Hi Drew,

    When I execute this batch file, I always get a message saying that lmutil.exe is not a valid Win32 application and then it opens notepad with my lic file information. I copy/paste what you had written ( changing path informations, of course ! ) I tried directly on the server, same thing. I have a WinXP workstation and a Windows 2003 server.

    Thanks for your help !
     
    bloodysphere, Jun 15, 2004
    #3
  4. It looks like maybe a word wrap problem with my post.
    Lines 3 and 4 should be a single line:

    echo off
    cls
    "blah\lmutil" lmstat -c "blah\blah.lic" -a
    pause


    lmutil.exe is not a valid Win32 application and then it opens notepad with
    my lic file information. I copy/paste what you had written ( changing path
    informations, of course ! ) I tried directly on the server, same thing. I
    have a WinXP workstation and a Windows 2003 server.
     
    Drew Burgasser, Jun 15, 2004
    #4
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