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AIP 2013 | Tempates Network

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04-28-2012 05:32 AM

(AIP - 2013)  I put my templates on a central workstation. I configured the project files (.ipj) on the other computers (folder options-templates) When I click 'new' to start a part or what ever, the templates are not found. The dialogbox is empty. I also tried to change the standard location for the templates. (appl.options - file - templates) Same result, the templates are not found. Please help. (AIP 2012 works ok)

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Re: AIP 2013 | Tempates Network

04-28-2012 09:17 AM in reply to: info

Not knowing much about your network, but you would have better luck setting up your templates directory on your server.

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Re: AIP 2013 | Tempates Network

04-28-2012 10:08 AM in reply to: info

As I said, the AIP 2012 release worked perfect. Just a simple network, should working without any problem.Why not after installing 2013? Clean install of course.

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Re: AIP 2013 | Tempates Network

04-28-2012 12:25 PM in reply to: info

Starting two threads with the same subject is bound to lead to confusion...

 

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