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Monday, December 15, 2008

The Revit Clinic- Worksharing from home with Revit

From: The Revit Clinic: Harlan Brumm 12/11/08

Worksharing is a great tool within Revit products for working on a model with multiple users. It allows individuals to work on files and save those changes back to a central file. It typically requires two things, a Central file located in a place where all users have access and a local file on your local machine for working in.

The question is how can someone take a project home and work on it? While working in Wisconsin, I found a need to be able to take work home with me over the weekend as I am sure a lot of Architects and Engineers have had to do. With AutoCAD it was easy, just take the files home and work and bring them back Monday and replace the originals. How does it work with Revit when worksharing is involved?"

keeping reading: http://revitclinic.typepad.com/my_weblog/2008/12/sharing-from-home.html


Randy Brown,  December 15, 2008 at 5:09 PM  

I totally agree with your take on the "VPN" it works great. "But" and there is always a but...What we have noticed is that when someone is trying to work at the office and another user is vpn'ed at home it makes it almost impossibe for the person in the office to work. For some reason while the person at home is editing the user at the office has repeated lock ups, freezes, unresponcive...etc...

Any ideas?

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