In order to get rid of the Autocad LT 2002 authorization nag screen, find the file aclt2002.cfg on a machine that has already been authorized. Copy this to the subfolder \Program Files\AutoCAD LT 2002 of the share where you deploy ACAD from. Edit the aclt.msi file with Orca as such:
1. Create a component for the file in the Component table.
2. Add a file entry into the File table which is associated with the component created in step 1
3. Associate the component created in step 1 with a Feature in the FeatureComponent table (I used System_Files)
4. Save the MSI and try deploying it, mine worked like a charm.
By running the installer from the (Windows®) command line (either a Command Prompt window or the Run dialog box), you can add switches and flags to specify the features to remove from the installation. Use the following syntax:
Autodesk doesn't support SMS with its current release of products. You may encounter errors with hard-coded paths.
If you go to our support site, http://support.autodesk.com and look up document numbers TS68249 (contains the link to the info you need to get started with VB script installs) and TS69854, they contain some good info. Also TS72034 details the support methods of installation of our current (2002) product line. Also, there are other people using SMS (even though it is unsupported!), so you may wish to post any issues you find to http://discussion.autodesk.com and perhaps someone can give you some help.
By running the installer from the (WindowsÂ®) command line (either a Command Prompt window or the Run dialog box), you can add switches and flags to specify the features to remove from the installation. Use the following syntax:
Copy Autodesk Image 2005 to ADT folder on server2 and change Shotcut path i with deployment path .(explan)
If you made image on server1 on moved server2 just mast change path to aodsrv2.
Sorry i em not god to write english
net use z: \\%DSSERVER%\Deploy
net use z: /delete
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