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How to use Autodesk named licenses without internet connection? (volume of mobile data)

A - answer How can I use na Autodesk subscription named license in offline mode, without internet connection - when I have to use my mobile and a metered cellular access to connect to the internet?

You can use your named license on any computer but you will need to connect to the online license at least 1x in 14 days. If you don't log-off (and log-in on a different PC), you can then use your license also off-line, without internet connection. So you will need to verify your license online twice a month. When performing this data connection over metered data, this short verification data-transfer will consume about 1-2MB.

To minimize data transfer, switch off also the online Help, and other online functions.

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8.3.2021    1518×  
applies to: AutoCAD · ACLT · Inventor · Fusion360 · Revit · Civil 3D 3D · 3ds Max ·

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