Since I had some downtime from the storm, I spent some time working with Windows Server 2012 and I have to admit, it’s pretty neat! I’ve configured the first license server in my virtual lab (using Oracle Virtual Box) to serve up some Autodesk products without any issues. Interface to the server is neat and clean, and performance has been impressive. I’m planning to set up a virtual domain and will keep everyone posted on how it all works out!
Some clients are down from the storm and have to rebuild their license servers after Hurricane Sandy. If you need the Network License Server Tools for Autodesk 2012 products, the links are below.
Most of you are using IPv4. These are the links you’ll need:
License files are generated directly by Autodesk. If you have your serial number, server name, and MAC address, you’re ready to contact Autodesk. There are two ways to do this:
- Go to “register.autodesk.com“, log in, and you can generate the license files automatically.
- You can also call Autodesk Activations at 1-800-551-1490 to speak to an Autodesk rep to get a license file.
If you run into any issues at all, do not hesitate to contact us. Our support group is up and running and ready to help!
Hope everyone is safe and doing okay weathering the crazy storm! Who would’ve thought that ‘Sandy would cause so much damage! We had a minor blip earlier this morning with one server but things are back to normal. Thankfully, I haven’t had issues where I live. Internet and power has been steady and reliable, and I’m happy to report that our team is doing well. If you need support, do not hesitate to contact us!!!!