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we were to switch to Inventor, would we have any issues running it off the
network that runs off a series of token rings (or issues with any 3D package)?
Some suggest running completely off local hard drives and up and downloading
from the server once a day. Or something along those lines. I am trying to be
unbiased in my question. Any thoughts? Megan
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Thanks. My concern is the size of files of big assemblies. We run A2K now
and a different 3D software. The 3D is terribly slow off the network. I am
wondering if you have seen anything like this cuz of token rings, or if it
doesn't seem to matter. (I imagine you don't have many customers running rings
anyway). Thanks Megan ...
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