Software solutions like Autodesk's Revit MEP have transformed the industry by providing robust tools for Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing (MEP) professionals. Nevertheless, the path from good to exceptional often involves fine-tuning, and this is where Naviate MEP enters the equation. In this blog, we'll delve into the synergy between Revit MEP and Naviate MEP, showcasing how Naviate MEP takes the capabilities of Revit MEP to new heights, empowering MEP experts to elevate their designs and workflows to an exceptional level.
Previous use license request: running software that is more than 3 versions back
If you own a network license, you can run the current version & 3 versions back. If you need an older version of your Autodesk product, you will need to request a Previous Use License. The instructions are noted here:
When you append the older code to the to the current license file and you parse the license file, it will look like this:
There is no need to request the entire license file on the SAME date because AutoCAD 2009 is looking for the Feature Code: 57600ACD_2009_0F.
Because we would like you to stay current, the older licenses are typically generated for the duration of 1 year from date of request.