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Could this cause any issues? SW 2010 install folder named SW 2008

Question asked by Chris Manger on Apr 11, 2011
Latest reply on Apr 25, 2011 by Timothy Ganstrom

Our IT department has an image they use to install Windows and other applications onto new computers.  This image has the SolidWorks install folder named "SolidWorks 2008".  We are currently on SolidWorks 2010.  Could this potentially cause any quirky issues with SolidWorks?  Should they name this folder whatever release we are one?

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