Do you want to create a shareable cloud-based resource for your Autodesk updates? Here is one way:
Create a folder in one of your local cloud based mirror locations, for example: E:yourpathonedriveAUTODESK_UPDATES C:yourpathGoogle DriveAUTODESK_UPDATES C:UsersLuke JohnsonAppDataLocalAutodeskAutodesk SyncCloudluke.johnsonAUTODESK_UPDATES C:yourpathSharePointVirtual Built BIM Tools – DocumentsVirtual Built BIM ToolkitAUTODESK_UPDATES C:yourpathDropboxAUTODESK_UPDATES
Share the folder with one of your local Windows users (could be your own username) by using Properties – Sharing.
You will be able to access it in Windows explorer now as: yourPCnameAUTODESK_UPDATES
Copy that address into your Autodesk Application Manager:
Any future updates you install will be copied to that folder, and thus sync’ed up to the cloud folder. Now…
On the PC you want to sync to, sync that shared Cloud folder down to a local location (usually this is using “Add to my OneDrive” or “Add to my Google Drive” feature)
Do step 2 on this PC
In Application Manager Manager, do step 4 on this PC
Basically, for every pc you want to hook up just do steps 6-8.
You now have a bidirectional, self-hosted mirror in the cloud of any Autodesk updates that you do on any of the PCs you hook up in this way. This should make most of the updates you need auto-sync between your computers, meaning less waiting to download the same update multiple times 🙂
Modify the configuration xml to include Updates Enabled TRUE and Current Branch info, as well as Display Level Full. Looks something like this for 32bit ProPlus (but I forget the DisplayLevel setting below):
Run the setup command to download, like this
After, download of Office 2016 has completed, run the installation command to install: setup.exe /configure c:Officeconfiguration.xml
Got this from Jetze’s blog: to upgrade Office 365 ProPlus on a single computer to, just follow this procedure.
The focus of Autodesk Navisworks 2015 Service Pack 3 is the resolution of Revit interoperability issues. Service Pack 3 does resolve issues identified in other parts of the product, we recommend you refer to the supporting documentation for the detail.
The Live Updater from in-program uses mshta.exe to download and execute the file. On Windows 7 64 bit, you might be able to prompt the download page by opening: file:///C:/Program%20Files/Autodesk/Revit%202014/WebServices/WSLiveUpdate.htm
Also, after using Comm Center, you will find a HTA in this folder that you can run: C:UsersUSERNAMEAppDataLocalAutodesk, IncAutodesk Revit20130308_1515(x64)
Heads-up via tweet from Steve Stafford:
If you let Revit’s Comm Center access Autodesk you’ll find that there is a Web Update release 1 for 2014 now. Heard already? As you were… — Steve Stafford (@Steve_Stafford) July 18, 2013
However, using the method below you can set it to check for an update every single day:
1. Run Notepad.
2. Copy and paste the two lines below into Notepad. You may want to change the AutoUpdateInterval value according to the amount of days you want it to auto check.
3. Click on the File menu and select Save As. Set the file name as mms.cfg and make sure you select All Files (*.*) for Save as type or else you will end up with mms.cfg.txt which will not work. Set the Encoding to UTF-8.
4. Browse to the following location according to your Windows version. %WINDIR% refers to your Windows directory name.
32-bit Windows – %WINDIR%System32MacromedFlash 64-bit Windows – %WINDIR%SysWow64MacromedFlash