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How many times have you already launched Revit?

A - answer Revit maintains a counter of application launches and successful endings in the Windows Registry. So you can get an overview of how many times did that particular user started (or closed) Revit.

These values can be found in the Registry hive (see RegEdit) related to the respective version and build of Revit - e.g.:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Autodesk\Revit\Revit Architecture 2009\20081118_1045\Repository\Statistics

The number of launches is stored in the key SessionStart, the number of successful terminations (usually the same value) in the key CleanClose (or Count). The total Revit session time is summed up in the keys CalendarUptime and CpuUptime.

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applies to: Revit 2010 · Revit 2009 · Revit 2008 ·

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