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PDMWorks with network/standalone licenses
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on Mar 10, 2008
on Mar 10, 2008 by Marc Gibeault
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Are there any issues with using PDMWorks with a combination of network and standalone licenses? We have 8 network licenses and are about to renew service on 3 standalones. We don't yet use PDMWorks but I'd like to get it running soon.
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Mar 10, 2008 5:07 PM
We have a combination of network and standalone licenses and use PDMWorks Workgroup.
There is no problem in regard to this particular setup but we did have some obscure problem where PDMWorks would automatically install eDrawings but not in the "pro" version and then SolidWorks Explorer would not load the PDMWorks add-in supposedly because of a lack of available license but it was because this version of eDrawing was not managing correctly the license rights... Not sure I explain this correctly but the cure was to do a re-install of eDrawings, then an option was available to "Enable SolidWorks Network Licensing"
Also take note that a SolidWorks Explorer user that has the PDMW add-in enabled will use a license.
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