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Cnoj
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Can only create Single User Project

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07-20-2012 06:14 AM

Hi,

I've just recieved a new pc with Win7 64bit (no admin access) and AIS 2008 SP3.

When I go to Projects>New, the only option is new Single user Project. How can I enable the other project types or what can cause them not to show up?

Thanks,

Jon C.

 

http://wikihelp.autodesk.com/Inventor/enu/2013/Help/1310-Autodesk1310/1480-Work_Env1480/1481-Work_env1481/1486-Projects1486/1494-Projects1494

 

Semi-isolated Master, Semi-Isolated Workspace, and Shared are all legacy projects
We recommend that you use Autodesk Vault Basic to manage multi-user projects. In the Project wizard, Semi-isolated and Shared project types are unavailable by default. If you have a requirement to create legacy projects types, click Tools tab Options panel Application Options General tab. Select the Enable creation of legacy project types check box

 

 

Also note that Win 7 only supports Inventor 2010 SP1 and newer - so you might have issues with that also...

 

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sam_m
Posts: 638
Registered: ‎11-05-2003
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Re: Can only create Single User Project

07-20-2012 06:30 AM in reply to: Cnoj

http://wikihelp.autodesk.com/Inventor/enu/2013/Help/1310-Autodesk1310/1480-Work_Env1480/1481-Work_en...

 

Semi-isolated Master, Semi-Isolated Workspace, and Shared are all legacy projects 

We recommend that you use Autodesk Vault Basic to manage multi-user projects. In the Project wizard, Semi-isolated and Shared project types are unavailable by default. If you have a requirement to create legacy projects types, click Tools tab  Options panel  Application Options General tab. Select the Enable creation of legacy project types check box

 

 

Also note that Win 7 only supports Inventor 2010 SP1 and newer - so you might have issues with that also...

 

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