3. Copy the contents of the CD locally (ive had issues *sometimes* with the ANWI not working properly off cd), start the Autodesk Network Installation Wizard, give it the path to the ACLT.MSI, define your administrative image location, & define the .msp for the service pack.
4. Define if this is a new (create) or old (modify) deployment & name the profile, in this instance were using new.
5. Make sure the checkbox for "client installations will be run silent mode" is checked.
6. Define your installation style (full/custom/etc)
7. Feed it the serial number
8. Register your Autodesk product, note the number & where it saves the registration info
9. You can run the install via the deploy.exe "profile", which itself runs from deploy.ini, or just use the info in the deploy.ini & run the install directly from that. It is supposed to autoregister, but I dont know how to get it to do so with the provided eRegData.
If you get the error message "The file you specified is not a valid Red Deer service pack. Please specify a valid file" while trying to integrate a service pack through the Autodesk Network Installation Wizard, you have downloaded the wrong service pack.
The service packs for each version of AutoCAD 2004 are NOT interchangable - eg. the AutoCAD 2004 SP1a will NOT work on AutoCAD LT 2004.
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