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Cascading precedence of rental licenses.

A - answer If you combine permanent and rental (multi-user subscription) network licenses on your Autodesk license server, the license cascading mechanism tries to prefer the rented licenses. Subscription licenses of the same (or cascaded) product take precedence when issuing the next free license in such mixed environments. When rental licenses are depleted in the license pool, permanent licenses are issued - following the license cascading rules (i.e. "cheaper first").

Do not forget you can disable license cascading by setting the environment variable ADSK_CASCADING_OVERRIDE to 0 (versions 2016 and up).

See also license cascading.

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applies to: AutoCAD · Inventor · Revit · 3ds Max · Simulation/CFD · Vault · Suite ·

See also:
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Tip 10308:A360 Team: What happens with my project data after expiration of my account? (not renewing)
Tip 10081:How to reserve a floating license to a specific PC?
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Tip 8161:Why do two concurrently running Autodesk applications consume two licenses?

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