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SW 2012-2013 network vs. standalone licensing

Question asked by Mike Motherway on Aug 12, 2012
Latest reply on Aug 26, 2012 by Lenny Bucholz

Hi, I recently installed Solidworks Premium Education Edition 2012-2013 networked in a lab and 1 standalone on teacher laptop.

 

The differences I see are:

 

2D Editor for DWG is on Network, not standalone

Solidworks Standard is on Network, not standalone

Solidworks Flow Simulation is on Network, will expire in 30 days on standalone.

 

 

I'm looking to understand any differences as I'll be using the standalone for teaching/demonstrations.

I've confirmed license codes are accurate. When I look at description of what's included, I don't see network vs. standalone having a different description.

 

Is this standard that the 2 installations have different licensing setups?

 

How can I make them the same?  How can I activate Flow Simulation?

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