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Tue, Aug 27, 2013 at 6:49:33 AM | Revit 2014 Revit.ini update deployment...

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I have done several searches both here on this forum and on the web and cannot find a good response. I am wondering how a deployment newbie like myself can easily keep everyone on the network up to date with their Revit.ini file. I have read scripts or GPO to handle the push of the updated file but being very new to these concepts I am hoping someone out there has the time to explain to me how to set up a GPO exactly or at the very least give me a crash course in scripting for Revet deployments. I appreciate the time and any responses.

 

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Thu, Aug 29, 2013 at 8:11:35 AM | Revit 2014 Revit.ini update deployment...

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why would you need to change the revit.ini file?


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Thu, Aug 29, 2013 at 8:31:25 AM | Revit 2014 Revit.ini update deployment...

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Our IT guy builds the deployment from a PC but placing it on the server.  With the latest instalss, we have pre-tested and modified if needed, the ini file on a stand alone system and that ini is used with the deployment.  Every new Revit issue has its own ini file, it doesn't use previous versions.


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Thu, Aug 29, 2013 at 8:49:48 AM | Revit 2014 Revit.ini update deployment...

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@chemstress,

 

In case a custom network server path for say in house libraries or some other support directory on our server needs to change for whatever reason at a later date. The initial .ini file isnt an issue as that can be dispersed in the deployment itself, its the updates in th efuture on the Revit.ini file that I want to understand how to push out to everyone.... or any other file for that matter. I dont want to rely on users to have to find a file on the server and remember to update and overwrite that file to be up top date. it wouldnt happen



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