Ok, here's my situation. I'm a college student and a few semesters ago I had to download and install Maya 2015 in order to use for a class. Next semester, I now have to download and install Maya 2016. So, I log into the education community site and it offers me the ability to download Maya 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017. When I click on the 2016 version, I am given a serial number and product key. The serial number given is the exact same serial number I was given for Maya 2015. I was also sent an e-mail giving me the license details for Maya 2016 (again with the identical serial number).
After I download and install Maya 2016, it says it can't activate because the serial number is wrong. I tried to get an activation code from autodesk, but the automated system tells me I am providing the incorrect request code (I assure you, I am typing in the right number). Here's a screenshot of the activation screen with a request number showing that I am trying to activate the 2016:
So obviously customer service thinks I am trying to activate Maya 2015, not 2016. I suspect because the serial numbers are exactly the same. The product numbers are different though. Anyway, I respond to the customer service e-mail and explain everything, and then I just get a message saying my ticket has been closed.
Thank you for your post! Sorry to hear you are having issues activating Maya 2016. You can use the same serial number for all the previous versions available to subscription users, so Maya 2014-2017.
If I'm supposed to be able to use the same serial number, then why when I try to activate Maya does it say that I have the wrong serial number See below. I'm using the serial number provided to me by Autodesk in an e-mail. How can that be wrong
I then responded to that message explaining that I am not trying to activate Maya 2015 (even though I already explained that in the original ticket), I am trying to activate Maya 2016. I forwarded both the licensing e-mail from Autodesk, as well as provided a screenshot showing that the serial number and request code are the correct numbers for Maya 2016, not 2015. Then I got an e-mail saying my support ticket was closed. So going through this page provided no resolution. My request was ignored. I could create another ticket, but I'd just get the same response.
Product keys are required for installation of Autodesk products and are used to differentiate products that are both sold independently and as part of a product suite. With newest release of Autodesk 2016 products, we bring you a new list of products keys.Note: Please ensure you are using the correct product key for the Autodesk product and version you are installing. Entering an incorrect product key will result in activation errors for that product.
Note: For single-user subscriptions, you can usually sign in so that a serial number is not required. You may see a Stand-alone license type for 2017-2019 products, but a User License type for 2020 and later product versions.
Autodesk 2016 All Products Crack Final activation keys for Autodesk 2016 x86x64. Using this activator will allow you to activate the full version of Autodesk products using the keygen to generate a working serial number by pasting request code from an Autodesk software to the keygen and getting the activation code. It also has a Patch button to patch Autodesk 2016 programs for permanent activation and supports both Autodesk 32 bit and 64 bit
Find Serial Numbers and Product Keys in Autodesk Account: Your Serial Number and Product Key are displayed in your Autodesk Account in the product tray on the Products & Services page and also again in the Software Download window. Note about serial number visibility in Autodesk Account: Only account administrators, such as Contract Managers and Software Coordinators, and Named Users with assigned software benefits will see serial numbers in Autodesk Account. You are the account administrator if you purchased a software subscription using your Autodesk Account or were assigned the role of Contract Manager or Software Coordinator by your company. If you do not see the software you wish to activate in your Autodesk account or see the message \"Contact your admin for serial numbers,\" you need to contact the contract administrator. Only an administrator can assign you as a Named User or End User and give you permissions to download and activate the software.
If, for whatever reason, you cannot locate your product key, there is another method: 1. Using your installation media, (USB key, DVD, download folder, etc.) navigate to the location of the setup.exe file for your Autodesk product. 2. In that folder, look for a file named MID.txt, MID01.txt, MID02.txt or some variation on that name. 3. Open this file in notepad and verify that the product name is what you expected it to be. 4. The first five characters of the part number should also be the product key for that product.
Second, we believe this is the case especially considering the slower growth of oil and natural gas sources on the U&O Reservation over the past two and a half years since August 2016 when the National O&NG FIP became effective. Since that time, we have seen limited construction of new and modified oil and natural gas sources on the U&O Reservation. Oil and natural gas sources planning to construct on or after October 3, 2016 have been required to either comply with the National O&NG FIP or to seek a minor source permit under the generally applicable (site-specific) permit provisions of the Federal Indian Country Minor NSR rule.17 Sources complying with the National O&NG FIP are required to meet a two-part registration requirement: The Part 1 Registration Form is submitted 30 days before a source begins construction and contains information about source location and the Part 2 Registration Form is submitted within 60 days after the startup of production and contains information about emissions.18
Comment #7: One oil and natural gas industry commenter expressed that the industry's objective is that final regulations protect the environment and the public and cost-effectively address VOC emissions that as a co-benefit also reduce methane emissions, without unnecessarily hampering manufacturing and business expansion. According to the commenter, this objective can be met while the private sector develops and delivers more natural gas and oil to its customers. According to the oil and natural gas industry commenter, their efforts are producing real results based on the EPA's latest Greenhouse Gas Inventory which continues to show a downward trend in methane emissions, even as U.S. oil and natural gas production rose dramatically. The commenter reported that the inventory report indicates that methane emissions from natural gas systems and petroleum systems increased 14 percent between 1990 and 2016, at a time when the natural gas output increased by more than 50 percent. This is in addition to the U.S. continuing to lead the world in reducing carbon emissions, which are at 25-year lows, largely due to the increased use of natural gas.
This action does not impose any new information collection burden under the PRA. OMB has previously approved the information collection activities contained in the Federal Indian Country Minor NSR rule and has assigned OMB control number 2060-0003.35 This action amends the National O&NG FIP, which provides a mechanism for authorizing construction for true minor sources in the oil and natural gas production and natural gas processing segments of the oil and natural gas sector locating or located in areas covered by the Federal Indian Country Minor NSR rule to satisfy the requirements of that rule other than by obtaining a site-specific minor source permit. Because it substitutes for a site-specific permit, which would contain information collection activities covered by the Information Collection Request for Federal Indian Country Minor NSR rule issued in July 2011, neither the proposed amendments, nor the National O&NG FIP, impose any new obligations or enforceable duties on any state, local or tribal government or the private sector. In fact, the final amendments should have the effect of reducing paperwork burden on sources wishing to locate or expand in the Indian country portion of the Uinta Basin Ozone Nonattainment Area, as the amendments provide an alternative to site-specific permitting for such sources.
Based on the calculations below, the total estimated number of respondents (WOSBs and EDWOSBs) for this collection of information varies depending upon the types of certification that a business concern is seeking. For initial certification, the total estimated number of respondents is 9,349. The total number was calculated using the two-year average number of business concerns that have provided information through Certify from March 2016 through February 2018. For annual updates, the total number is 12,347. For examinations and protests, the total number is 130.
We propose to adopt a new airworthiness directive (AD) for all Bombardier, Inc., Model CL-600-2B16 (601-3A, 601-3R, and 604 Variants) airplanes. This proposed AD was prompted by a report that main landing gear (MLG) side stay actuators have been assembled using nonconforming split ball bearings. This proposed AD would require verification of the serial numbers of the installed MLG side stay actuator assemblies, and replacement of the affected parts. We are proposing this AD to address the unsafe condition on these products.
The service information describes procedures to verify the serial numbers of the installed MLG side stay actuator assemblies and to replace the affected parts. These documents are distinct since they apply to the airplane model in different configurations.
The applicability of the MCAI is limited to Bombardier, Inc., Model CL-600-2B16 (601-3A, 601-3R, and 604 Variants) airplanes, serial numbers 5301 through 5665 inclusive, 5701 through 5988 inclusiv