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What version of A360 C4R is installed?

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ids_jboswell
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What version of A360 C4R is installed?

I’ve found that going to Windows Programs and Features and scroll down the list to "Personal Accelerator for Revit" that version 16.0.1144.0 is A360 C4R version 6 and 16.0.11.61.0 is version 7. But is there an easier way such as From within Revit going to Help > About?

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Hi,  at this time there is not an easier way.

You can also goto Control Panel|Programs|Programs and Features and search for:

"Autodesk A360 Collaboration"

 

Depending on the version installed, it should indicate the version in the name.

For example:

"Autodesk A360 Collaboration v7 for Revit 2016"

 

Does this help?



Michael C
Technical Support Specialist
What's New in Revit 2023 | Autodesk University | Revit Blog
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adbryson
in reply to: michael.coviello

That v# isn't visible in my Programs and Features, see attached.  This is in win8.1 pro

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michael.coviello
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@adbryson

I don't think there's an easier way to determine the version number in Revit 2016 unless you update to the newest version.

2016 C4R updates are located here:

https://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/revit-products/downloads/caas/downloads/content/autodesk-a360...

 

With this version installed you should see that it adds 'v7' to the name.

 

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Michael C
Technical Support Specialist
What's New in Revit 2023 | Autodesk University | Revit Blog
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adbryson
in reply to: michael.coviello

Do you have a link or chart that you can post showing the correlation between the version numbers we see in Programs and Features and what v# Autodesk calls it?

 

i.e. the orig poster mentioned that he knew 16.0.X.XX was v6, etc.

 

And I guess you can say, for sure, that if you don't see a v#, then it's not v7.

 

Thanks Michael

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