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Trouble with combining license files. Missing licenses or Multiple Suite licenses in the same file behavior

Please read following solutions regarding combining the Autodesk licenses files.


What if a feature is repeated twice in the license file and the licenses are issued the same day?

If two licenses contain an identical feature code of the previous versions, the order of the feature within the license file, determines which license is issued first.

o                     I.e.: PrDS-Premium 2012 and PrDS-Ultimate 2012 both contain the AcadM 2010 feature code. In the license file, when you combine the licenses make sure Premium is on top so that starting AcadM 2010 it will take the Premium license first.



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Does this work also when using a package license and the and an additional license with the same feature code as allready in the package license?

So in case of AutoCAD 2012 package license, it contains also AutoCAD 2011 feature code in it.

When combining this package license with a other license of 1 AutoCAD 2011 with the same issue date, will they both be avialable? In other words, the package license will now not overule the single 1 AutoCAD 2011 license what normally is the case?


If it's issued the same day, it will work.


We don't recommend this as you can't control which license is pulled by the client.
So mixing subscription and non-subscription license is in one file might breach the EULA.

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