A bit of luck and a bit of googling, I confirmed it. Just double click AutoCAD while holding the shift key and AutoCAD for Mac will reset to default. This feature started in AutoCAD 2014 for Mac SP1 and it is noted in the Read Me. I hope you enjoy my second infographic.
Thanks to Hansel Diaz for confirming that this works and for sharing it with the community.
I also found it here:
I love updates but please update with caution! Any full point release [10.10] is pretty much a whole new operating system on the Mac.
If you are currently using Autodesk products on the Mac, please don't upgrade yet.
AutoCAD & AutoCAD LT 2015 for Mac
Autodesk Smoke 2015
Autodesk Flame Assist 2015
New in 2015, we have settings to install Maya on the Mac via the command line. The instructions are noted here:
This is an old post for doing it in 2014.
I have noticed that when using Autodesk Network License Manager 11.12, you may need to customize OUR license files to use the non default licensing ports.
For example, when configuring Autodesk licensing service with Foundry, ArcGIS or CamWorks, you will need to edit our license files to use a differnet port for lmgrd.exe. i.e. 27000 (default) to 27001
A sample is below:
SERVER TOR2UA13809X0 3CD92B5B4B2E 27001
VENDOR adskflex port=2080
For ArcGIS, you also need to use the 32 bit version of the Autodesk Network License Manager.
Finally, if you are using Autodesk and Abaqus software in your company, you will need to even customize the adskflex.exe port (2080) in our license file because of the following conflict:
We recently found out that Avaya software uses Flexera software for licensing and it's also 32 bit. It's is best to use the Autodesk licensing software as 32 bit so that you can see the settings for both services and customize Autodesk products to use port 27001.
Thanks to Adam Giroux and Brad Hurley for sharing this tip with the community.
If you are installing Autodesk products for the Mac, you will notice that you don't have a redundant license server option.
To configure your software to use a redundant server, please check out the solution below:
Way back, the Educational version of AutoCAD would add a EDU plot stamp to ensure that the EULA was followed. Back then, there was no way to remove it.
To remove the Plot Stamp, please check out the solution below:
When running AutoCAD for Mac 2013 or earlier as well as AutoCAD for Windows in a virtual machine on the high resolution retina display, the display may not appear as expected.
You can actually check out the following Autodesk Licensing Error Codes in it's most raw form located here:
Thanks to Nelson Cruz for this tidbit of info.