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License file

License file

License file

(OP)
well im learning the unigraphic for my education purpose
i have the version 17 and 18 but for both i dont have the proper coplete license when ever i wana use the ugs i hafto change the date to 2000 then onli can be use.

any1 can telll me if anyplace where i can download the ugs 17 and 18 *.dat file where i can use the date 2002 and anwards. thanks in advance

elanges@equator.net.my

RE: License file

HI THERE
  I NEVER HEARD UNIGRAPHICS THEY EDUCATION VERSION,ANYWAY
PLEASE CONTAC PLM-EDS ABOUT THAT.THANKS

RE: License file

You are using an expired temporary license file, which why you have to change the date. It also sounds like you aren't leaglly licensed to use UG.

Ben Loosli
CAD/CAM System Analyst
Ingersoll-Rand
717-532-9181
ben_loosli@irco.com

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