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 ====== Borrow a License in 3ds Max ====== ====== Borrow a License in 3ds Max ======
  
-When you are away from school you may have trouble launching 3ds Max because it cannot reach our license server. You can work around this by borrowing a license while on-campus. This will give you a period of time where your software doesn't need to check-in in order to launch.+When you are away from school you may have trouble launching 3ds Max because it cannot reach our license server. You can work around this by borrowing a license while on-campus. This will give you a period of time where your software doesn't need to check-in in order to launch.  If you have trouble borrowing a license from home, [[:teachers:remote_access_vpn|check your VPN connection]].
  
   - Launch 3ds Max.   - Launch 3ds Max.
   - If necessary, click the ≫ icon to the left of //Sign in// at the top of the screen to show the Help menu.   - If necessary, click the ≫ icon to the left of //Sign in// at the top of the screen to show the Help menu.
-  - Go to //Help// //Autodesk Product Information// //About 3ds Max//.+  - Go to **Help** **Autodesk Product Information** **About 3ds Max**.
   - Click the //Product License Information// button near the top of the window.   - Click the //Product License Information// button near the top of the window.
   - In the License Manager window, click the Borrow button.   - In the License Manager window, click the Borrow button.
   - In the Borrow a License window, choose a date up to 90 days in the future. This is when your borrowed license will expire.   - In the Borrow a License window, choose a date up to 90 days in the future. This is when your borrowed license will expire.
-  - Click //Borrow License//.+  - Click **Borrow License**.
   - A window will appear confirming you've borrowed the license. You can close the licensing and about windows, then continue using 3ds Max.   - A window will appear confirming you've borrowed the license. You can close the licensing and about windows, then continue using 3ds Max.
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 +{{ :students:borrow_a_license_in_3ds_max.webm?1280 | Video demonstration of how to borrow a license in 3ds max}}
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