Install License Server
Configure License Server
In the Lmtools program, on the Service/License File tab, make sure the Configure Using Services option is active. Click the Config Services tab. In the Service Name list, select the service name you want to use to manage licenses.
By default, the service name is FLEXnet Service 1. If FLEXnet® is managing other software on your computer in addition to Autodesk, you can change the service name to avoid confusion, for example, you can rename FLEXnet Service 1 to Autodesk Server1.
In the Path to Lmgrd.exe File field, enter the path to the Network License Manager daemon (lmgrd.exe), or click Browse to locate the file. By default, this daemon is installed in the C:\Program Files\Autodesk Network License Manager folder.
In the Path to the Debug Log File box, enter a path to create a debug log, or click Browse to locate an existing log file. It is recommended that you save to the \Program Files\Autodesk Network License Manager folder. The log file must have a .log file extension. For new log files, you must enter the .log extension manually.
Create Network Deployable Package
Note: You must create deployable Admin package in UNC path.
Verify the installation package
Log on to a client machine as an Admin. open command prompt.
From command prompt change directory to the location where you created admin package
Type msiexec.exe /i acad.msi /t acad-AutoCAD2010.mst /q
Wait until installation finish
Test AutoCAD 2010 or Inventor 2010 by running the program
Deploy Through GPO
Log on to DC or another machine with GPO management console installed using domain admin right
Select organisational unit in GPO>Right click>Create and link new GPO
Right click newly created GPO>Edit
In the Group Policy Object Editor
dialog box, under Software Settings, right-click Software Installation,
and click New ➤ Package.
In the Open dialog box, make sure the Windows Installer Packages file
(acad-<deplolyment name>-for-GPO.msi) is selected, and click Open.
If you created the administrative image in a location different from the
application distribution share point, find the administrative image
location, and click acad-<deployment name>-for-GPO.msi. Substituting
<deployment name> for the name of the deployment used as the basis for this GPO package.
Click on Advance
On the Modifications tab, click Add.
In the Open dialog box, click the transform package file (acad-<deployment name.mst) created by the Deployment wizard, and then click Open. If you created the administrative image in a location different from the application distribution share point, find the administrative image location and select the transform package file (acad-<deployment name.mst).
UNC Path are:
This must be repeated for the language pack which is located at