Ok is answer.
But when the Autodesk Design Review will be hold and not effective with file in a new version.
We have to replace with a web application which for us it's not possible.
Adding to the rant, my company is so far behind that we will probably never use Design Review. However, if we did decide to go this route, cloud based would probably not work for us. The corporate masters don't understand that an engineering company needs internet and our connection is around 6 Mbps for an office of 60+ people. Does Autodesk360 have LAN support?
Ful version of ADR? http://www.autodesk.com/designreview where it's always been, tap the Download green bar, make sure the download manager is properly installed first or it will not work.
Or do you mean a direct download of the full application file?
For information about downloads and install, take a look at this thread.
It has lots of alternatives.. -David
Though the cloud is not for everyone, which is why we continue to package and sell desktop applications in suites, we see more and more of this happening:
All the more reason to leave the data on the server where the CAD application is and drive everything remotely.
Of course everything local requires no bandwidth, but with an Autodesk Remote approach, you could avoid transferring big files back and forth.
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