Can networked installs from two suites co-exist on the same workstation??
ie: AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite and Building Design Ultimate Suite
or do i need to leave out the packages (revit & Autocad) from ultimate that already exist from AutoCAD Revit Architecture Suite
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We do it with Factory Design and Product Design Suites. In my past I did it with Building Design and Infrastructure Design without any problems. I would just use the Ultimate first because it will have more features built in.
thanks guys for your comments, the problem with installing from design suite is that we only have 1 network license and it was purchased primaraly for Navisworks.. We have 5 x of the Architecture suite.
I have this feeling that the navisworks may be required on all of the 5 workstations used only occasionally by all, where revit from the architecture suite will be used all 5 at a time.
Both Navisworks and Revit Arch will pull from Building Design Suites Ultimate. It's no big deal.
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Thanks Travis for your reply. I stumbled across the Cascading Licenses from your link shorlty before your post.
thanks for confirming it will work.