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user access to A360 Projects

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dirk
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user access to A360 Projects

Hi Everyone

 

I would like to know whether it would be a good idea to have office A360 accounts and login details that are availabe to the whole office?

 

So if a user is told by the boss to do some work on a A360 project, that they use one of the "standard" accounts to which licenses have been assigned, to login.

 

My thinking behind this is to free up licenses that the company has bought. eg. that you dont have a user assigned to a project, but they only need to access the project for 2hrs a day for their particular piece of work. After which the license can be freed up again for someone else who has a much larger work package.

 

Sort of like rotating licenses.

 

I am not sure how this would affect local files and what happens if two users have used the same account details to login into the same project and do work.

 

I'm not sure if I am making sense but any feedback or discussion would be great!

 

Thanks

 

 

 

 

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KyleB_Autodesk
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@Dirk wrote:

Hi Everyone

 

I would like to know whether it would be a good idea to have office A360 accounts and login details that are availabe to the whole office?

 

So if a user is told by the boss to do some work on a A360 project, that they use one of the "standard" accounts to which licenses have been assigned, to login.

 

My thinking behind this is to free up licenses that the company has bought. eg. that you dont have a user assigned to a project, but they only need to access the project for 2hrs a day for their particular piece of work. After which the license can be freed up again for someone else who has a much larger work package.

 

Sort of like rotating licenses.

 

I am not sure how this would affect local files and what happens if two users have used the same account details to login into the same project and do work.

 

I'm not sure if I am making sense but any feedback or discussion would be great!

 

Thanks

 

 

 


Dirk,

Technically, what you are proposing is in conflict with Autodesk's Web Service Entitlement policies.  You are free to re-allocate the C4R entitlements between employee's Autodesk Identities within the Accounts portal.  I cannot comment on the performance or reliability impact of Cloud Worksharing workflows in conflict with our policies.

 

-Kyle



Kyle Bernhardt
Director
Building Design Strategy
Autodesk, Inc.

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dirk
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Hi Kyle

 

Yes , I know that and would not recommend it either. But now you guys are aware of it. I just thinkt it could be a risky move in any case regarding model stability.

 

Thanks

 

 

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