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Autocad 2013 deployment packaging

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04-22-2013 01:11 PM

Due to huge size (05.18 GB) of AutoCAD 2013 64 bit version, We are unable to create a deployement package. Deployment automated process is not able to package more than 04 GB of software.

1) Can you please advise which folders need to be considered in 64 bit disc for AutoCAD 2013 functionality. This way our size wil be less as compared to, If we consider all the folders available in 64 bit disc.

2) Can you advise if we can split the Autocad 2013 into 2 parts and create 2 seperate deployment package? If we can then pls advise folders in each package.

Could you please help us with our question. Thanks

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Re: Autocad 2013 deployment packaging

04-22-2013 01:47 PM in reply to: madhavdamera

There is a specific forum for deployment questions:


AutoCAD 2013 can be split into a number of sub-packages installed in roughly this order:


Separate Packages for Microsoft Prerequisites (Less than 200MB TOTAL)

Microsoft .NETFramework 4.5 or Microsoft .NETFramework 4.0 with updates
Microsoft DirectX 9.29.1962
Microsoft VC++ Redist 2005SP1 x64
Microsoft VC++ Redist 2008SP1 x64
Microsoft VC++ Redist 2010SP1 x64
Microsoft VC++ Redist 2005SP1
Microsoft VC++ Redist 2008SP1
Microsoft VC++ Redist 2010SP1

Autodesk Packages (Less than 3GB TOTAL)
Material Library
Base Image Material Library
Medium Image Material Library
AutoCAD 2013 x64
AutoCAD 2013 Language Pack
AutoCAD 2013 Product Pack
Content Service
Content Service Language Pack

Civil Object Enabler

AutoCAD 2013 x64 Update1.1

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