As I expected, no sooner would I get this published than I would get some corrections and reviews coming in. This is good! Tom Stoeckel and Dan Scales whipped out a rather interesting script to "Uninstall AutoCAD 2011" (which goes much farther into detail than my own). Although, I may post something soon akin to this (by the way: *never* hard-code local paths or C:\ in scripts). Anyhow, this is all good and it means progress is being made and good things are being shared. End result: YOU win. This is the best outcome, right? I think so.
One correction that came in from review is in regards to the statement on pages 23-24 in the book, about Autodesk's official stance on virtualization. I stated, as they have published regarding 2010 products, that virtualization environments for their products (with the exception of two named situations) are prohibited by the EULA terms. I am now told, by a credible source, that this has been relaxed for 2011 products.
What didn't make it in the book:
Some things I just didn't get done in time or flat-out overlooked, until after it was published. These items will be posted on this blog in the coming weeks. Some have to do with FlexLM® and FlexNet® topics. Some have to do with System Center Configuration Manager 2007 topics. Some have to do with mass deployments. I think, however, that I got the bulk of what I wanted to say published. The rest is basically embellishment or extension from that. Anyhow, I am glad people are reading it and giving me feedback. I really appreciate that!