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eDrawings 2011 32 bit and 64 bit license issues on SW Premium

Question asked by Basil Gello on Sep 19, 2011
Latest reply on Sep 24, 2011 by Denny Hamill



Just found a bug (or a feature) with SW Office Premium license on my client's computer. He has SW Premium 2011 SP4.0 64-bit installed with 32-bit anf 64-bit versions of eDrawings. When he starts SolidWorks eDrawings 2011 x64 edition - everything goes fine with a Professional features unlocked. But when he starts Solidworks eDrawings 32bit - it requires registration, while it has to acquire SW Office license (please note that only one instance of eDraw is run at a time and no SW main license is borrowed). I am stuck. Is that a bug or a feature? Looking for all opinions.


Thanks in advanced!