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rreid
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Revit Server 2013 how to move model storage location

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05-23-2012 08:01 AM

We have installed Revit Server 2013 and used a remote network storage location.  I now have to move that location.  How do you change the storage location pointers in Revit Server 2013?  There are not currently any models in Server.  So all i have to do is move the storage.

 

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Lance.Coffey
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05-25-2012 09:57 AM in reply to: rreid

The option to specify the project folder location is available when installing Revit Server. I have not found an option to change this location other than uninstalling, and then reinstalling Revit Server.



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rreid
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05-25-2012 10:00 AM in reply to: Lance.Coffey

That is what i ended up doing.  Would be nice to have the ability to relocate this in the future.  I guess that i need to put this on a wishlist.

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KyleDavis
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03-06-2013 11:29 AM in reply to: rreid

Has been been any changes to this? Do you still have to uninstall/reinstall Revit Server? What if there are projects in this location that need to be in a different location?

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03-06-2013 04:25 PM in reply to: KyleDavis

I haven't seen any changes to this behavior.

 

When you say that a project may need to be in a different location, if you mean a different physical location (like a different site), you can transfer projects between Host servers using Revit Server Administrator.

 

 



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