Tag Archives: autodesk licenses

Autodesk 2016 Product – Network License Check List

Posted on April 21, 2015 by Mark Lancaster, Synergis Product Support Specialist: With the release of the Autodesk 2016 product line, many of you are now accessing your Autodesk account (or the Autodesk Virtual Agent) and downloading your software for installations (and/or deployments). For those individuals that have already done this or in the planning phase of doing so, please

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What version of Inventor (or AutoCAD) created this file and can I still open it?

Posted on December 4, 2015 by Mark Lancaster, Synergis Product Support Specialist: I’ve had a few cases regarding the “Error in reading RSE stream” message within Inventor. On the AutoCAD side you might see something like this. So what do these messages mean? Basically you are trying to open an Inventor (or AutoCAD) file that was created in a newer

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Autodesk Network Licensing: Tips on Working with Your License File

Every month, Synergis hosts a live webcast for one hour (Synergis60 Webcasts) to discuss tips and tricks to keep you ahead.  We had an incredible response to last month’s topic, Autodesk Licensing, so we are posting the video for everyone who couldn’t attend. Want to: Know how to reserve licenses for certain users? Borrow a license? Ensure that some users

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Direct All Autodesk Applications to New Server for Obtaining Licenses

Posted July 16, 2013 by Darin Green, Lead Helpdesk Technician: Autodesk Network licensing is the preferred method for network environments. With network licensing users will not need to activate each Autodesk application on every machine to obtain licenses. To use network licenses, you must set up one or more license managers and obtain product licenses for them. To set up license managers,

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