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Wed, Oct 26, 2011 at 10:16:15 PM | Upgrading from revit 2010 to 2012

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hey a few questions

So we have one project that was done in Revit 2010 and we picked a new copy of Revit 2012.   Has anyone had any conflicks

with upgrading from 2010 to 2012.  Yes Im full aware of consulations and backwards compatible "lack there of".  This is

more of a tech questions.  Also since my copy need a subscription for revit 2012.  Do we get a free copy of Revit 2013

when it comes out in 2013 in the spring time because of our subscription.   And if we do get a freee copy are we not allowed

to use 2012 due to autodesk licensing rights.   Because we have been told since we have upgraded to 2012 we are not

allowed to use 2010.  Reason why we have to upgrade a project to 2012.


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Thu, Oct 27, 2011 at 12:19:24 PM | Upgrading from revit 2010 to 2012

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There are always possible issues with upgrading a project.  That is why we will not do it on projects that are close to being fully documented.  Most issues that do occur are not model issues.

 

While under subscription, you can download all new issues and use them.

 

You can have and use multiple issues of Revit but each use requires 1 license. (1 license means you can only use one version at a time). 

 

Typically, your license will only support the current issue plus a few issues back.  I think ours supports us from 2009 through 2012 currently and 2008 just dropped off.  If you do have an older version that you still have a project in, and if you have multiple licenses, you can keep one license stand alone to support that older file.


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