Back in my days with Volo View, I used to refer to AutoCAD as "Volo Content Creator." Today Autodesk DWG TrueView is our free DWG viewer that allows you publish DWF files. Although we don't test it this way, as a free product, sometimes our customers install it on a server and have users use it with solutions like the Citrix client.
|In the Autodesk DWG TrueView newsgroup, user, Ed Barrett, was having trouble getting Autodesk DWG TrueView to execute on Microsoft Windows 2003 Server. Based on a similar experience, fellow newsgroup user, Andrew Uspon, provided the answer. Microsoft Windows 2003 Servers includes a protection feature called Data Execution Protection (DEP):|
You can find in here:
System Properties->Advanced->Performance->Settings->Data Execution Protection
Set it to: "Turn on DEP for essential Windows programs and services only" then reboot the server.
Thanks for the question Ed. Thanks for the answer Andrew. The newsgroups are intended as peer-to-peer communication, and it's great to see it in action. Now if I could just get a certain Mr. Richard Feder from Fort Lee, New Jersey to participate in the newsgroups...