What version CAD? Autodesk has a transferable license if "NO" else is using
your computer. For example, you have a computer at home and you need to
complete the job at home. You can have basically transfer your license home,
as long as no one is using your computer at work.
The Autocad version is LT 2007.
This is the story
A). -I installed Acad 2007 on machine # 1
B) The user of machine # 1 was fired
C) He hired a new employee (#2)
D) I need to install Acad 2007 on machine # 2
Note: for policy, we do not give old machines to new employees.
So I need to "MOVE" the license from # 1 to # 2
CHARLES FLEM> What version CAD? Autodesk has a transferable license if "NO" else is using
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Kinda funny, I'm in a similar situation, except I didn't get fired. the
company bought me a new comp, and needed to reinstall ACAD on the new comp.
I got a fresh standalone license from Autodesk using the automatic
registration form, but haven't deleted the program from the old comp just
yet, as I'm still transferring files and stuff. I just want to avoid a weird
legal thing and be up-and-up with Autodesk, but actually I haven't had any
replies to my emails. I do have the email of a support tech, but even he
hasn't given any news.
Please post here whatever development you get, I'll do the same.
I do Autodesk product support for a reseller.
By the terms of the license agreement you must uninstall AutoCAD from
the "fired" employee's PC and then you can install that serial numbered
license on the new employee's PC. The license agreement allows the same
serial numbered software to be installed on a PC and a laptop or home
computer, but only for the same user. It cannot be installed on two
different user's PCs at the same time.