Many organizations do not have standard methods of deploying AutoCAD software, and consequently spend a significant amount of time and energy trying to make sure all users are configured to company standards. Even organizations that do have some standard methodologies in place should review their practices in an effort to improve. Are you struggling with the installation, configuration, and management of multiple AutoCAD software users, even in multiple offices? Learn how to use your common network to store minimal sets of configuration files and automatically push your company standards out at application startup, while still enabling users to keep many of their own custom settings.
- Learn how to post process an application deployment to minimize the number of deployments needed
- Discover the purpose and order of application of the AutoCAD startup files
- Discover how to control the AutoCAD environment of multiple users from a central location
- Learn how to keep your custom files separate from AutoCAD for ease of future migration
R.K has worked in the Civil Engineering/Survey field for over 20 years and currently serves as CAD Manager for a leading Civil Engineering firm based in Texas. R.K. has over 20 years’ experience in application development and training classes for various CAD applications. R.K. created CAD Panacea (http://cadpanacea.com) in 2005 as a resource for CAD users all over the world. He is a member of the Autodesk Expert Elite and multiple Autodesk Customer Councils.