AutoCAD is probably one of the most time consuming applications when it comes to preparation and testing for a successful deployment. You definitely need patience for this one, a coffee machine standing by, smiles from your dear colleagues and time to read and learn from others who have dealt with deployment.
In order to help you deploying Autodesk applications like AutoCAD, we teamed up with Autodesk and registered for the Autodesk Developer Network (ADN). That gives us access to both Autodesk software, NFR licenses and additional information to give you guidelines on deployment. Using the ADN and its benefits we have been able to create KB articles for e.g. AutoCAD, DWG TrueView and Inventor View.
This blog is a follow-up on my AutoCAD 2020 blogs which described how to create an administrative image for AutoCAD Deployment, how to create a package in Liquit Workspace to deploy AutoCAD and how to create a package to launch AutoCAD using a profile tip we got from one of our customers.
Recently we’ve added a KB article on how to create an AutoCAD Deployment for AutoCAD 2021. Combining the AutoCAD 2020 blogs, you’re able to do exactly the same to deploy and launch AutoCAD 2021.