I received some additional information
3 refers to a network license
1 and 2 refer to standalone licenses
0 refers to a newer license where the type is stored in another file. Autodesk’s tools can determine what this is.
when you go into the Autodesk Inventory Advisor to Reports and you run the "by software" report and not the serial number you will find the 2013 installations. But no serialnumbers are found in this reports
Thanks for your anwser.
So AIA is not fully exploited.
During the inventory, you need the serial number, the name and version of the product and the type of installation....
When Autodesk will release a workable version?
The problem with the tool is that autodesk provides this as just a tool to help you getting inventories from your assets.
It ofcourse says nothing about usage of your software, I have not found anything about an update of the software so that R 2013 will be found.
I sent a request to ClearApps LLC the owner of the inventory tool. When I recieve there answer I will let you know
AIA 4 beta 'll coming soon.
I hope it solves all problems
- Detection Autodesk 2013 products
- Type of installation ...
Other than Inventory advisor 4 or Asset locator who does not work with Autodesk 2013 products, do you know another tool to make an correct inventory of Autodesk products?
Thanks for your answer.
I've tested Spiceworks to scan Autodesk Software.
Spicework is not a tool to make an inventory for Autodesk products .
Results in reporting are not really usable.