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acjuelich
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Revit 2014 - Content & Families

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01-21-2014 07:35 AM

Hello,

 

I have deployed Revit 2014 to a few labs but they are missing Content and Families.  If I go to one of the machines and try to modify the install through 'Programs and Features' there is no content to choose.

 

What is the best way for me to get this stuff and deploy it to these machines?  Even if I can get a ZIP of the content and do a Robocopy to them.  Anything is better than physically touching all of them.

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tony.michniewicz
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Re: Revit 2014 - Content & Families

01-24-2014 11:10 AM in reply to: acjuelich

If you are installing Revit from a deployment image, I would verify that the necessary content is available.  To do so, check the Img\Content\Revit\en folder, which should include a number XML files as well as sub-folders that contain CAB and TXT files.  If not, this is an indication that your deployment image is missing the necessary content files and you may want to update it and see if the appropriate content files are restored.

 

If you are installing Revit from the original installation media, do these lab systems have internet access?  I ask because some versions of the Revit installer do not include local content files and therefore all content is downloaded during the installation process.

 

Tony Michniewicz

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