Simulation CFD Service Pack 2 (SP2) is now available for download. This service pack includes several quality improvements detailed on the downloads page (see link below). It is available to all Simulation CFD 2014 customers. For customers who have not yet installed SP1, this update will automatically include all of those fixes as well.
The download is available here:http://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/simulation-c
Note: this release is specifically for the desktop (not 360) version of CFD. Stay tuned for announcements on the 360 version.
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"Stay tuned for announcements ..."
This is what the government says when nobody knows what's going on.
Can we have a little less ambiguous statement?
Updates for Sim 360 Pro and Sim 360 MoldFlow have just been posted on subscription center. Both of these include updates to Simulation CFD 360 2014.
The updates are optional and are provided in a single combined installation package. This package includes a new job manager with support for temporary offline access when you don't have an internet connection.
Can you detail the update differences between Sim 360 pro and non-cloud versions? For example, in updating to Sim 360 Pro Sp1, I now see that I am on version 14.1. However, from my recollection of other postings regarding service packs, it seems that non-cloud versions are at 14.2.
Will there be a gap between Sim360 and Cloud versions? If so, this could potentially impact support and applicability of forum comments, etc.