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Privacy Statement for Autodesk Products

We had an interesting case in which a user would always get the Autodesk Privacy Statement to come up all the time when launching the product even though you accepted it.


To resolve this issue, you will need to delete the following file:


Then ensure that the folder has full Read/Write access:


Launch your Autodesk product and accept the Autodesk Privacy Statement and ensure the contents of the AdlmUserSettings.xml file has the following:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes" ?>
<Section Name="PrivacyPolicyConsent">
<Data Key="001F1:2014.0.0.F">1</Data>
The xml file above was for AutoCAD 2014 because of the Data Key field is 001F1.
Thanks to the Development Team (Efim) for helping us out on the issue & Randy 
Swanson for confirming that the tip worked.

Via our Linux guru Nelson Cruz, the location for this file is here: 


  Epilogue II

You can also delete the following folder to reset the setting as well.



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