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PDMWE licenses to Solidwork seats
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on Feb 2, 2007
on Feb 7, 2007 by Anthony Offredi
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What is a good ratio of PDMWE licenses to number of Solidwork users?
Is 1 to 1 to much? 1 to 2? 1 to 3? What made you arrive at the decision?
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Feb 7, 2007 10:00 AM
We just started about a month ago. Heavy Solidworks userswill need a dedicated license. For the FEA people you canshare a license since they will not be in and out of the vaultexcept for a few times a day. (2-1) We also set ourlicenses to be "available" after 1/2 hour of inactivity. Other people that need to get into the vault that do not haveSW (Approval, MFG, Purchasing, etc) will depend on there usage, weseem ok with a 3-1 ratio right now. It's better if youmap out the key processes you want to capture in PDMWE and go fromthere. Adding licenses is pretty easy.
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