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AutoCAD very slow

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I have bunch of workstation on the network and all have autocad. When user click on the AutoCad it takes long time for the application to launch. I checked they are all trying to connect to some IP 199.7.48.190 .

How can I disable this from happening to the workstation.

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This seems to be autoupdate check. Open regedit and go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Autodesk\Design Review\Settings\AutoUpdate, here open "URL" key and remove his value.
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Any other ideas.
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