Autodesk Multi-User Installation Guide (Step 3)

12 May 2017All, IT Services

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By now you’ve found and installed the Autodesk Netowork License Manager.  If not, I recommend reading our “Where to find and how to install the Autodesk Network License Manager” guide.

If installed correctly, you should now see an LMTools icon on the desktop:

Proceed to double-click the icon to launch it.  Once launched, you can follow this link to easily configure it. . .

Next you can either manually install the software and manually point it back to the server to obtain a license or you can create a deployment image to do this for you.

Step 4:  Install the Autodesk Network Software 

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