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There are times when users need to work from remote locations or home offices, and even instances when an entire office needs to be temporarily closed. For most of those instances, users can access company data via VPN, and open files directly over VPN links.
However, there are special considerations when using Revit over the VPN, which should be considered when configuring your users for remote use.
Autodesk has announced that it will retire support for TLS 1.0 and 1.1 protocols, which are used for authentication in a variety of its products. As of the time this blog is published, the TLS 1.0 and 1.1 services will be turned off on August 3, 2019.
If you are using network / multi-user licenses, then your licensing is not impacted. However, if you are using single-user licenses, or services like Revit Collaboration Worksharing, you’ll need to patch your workstations. We’ll show you how to get the latest patches.
In many environments, tasks such as moving a license server or adjusting a client-side timeout can be difficult and time-consuming. Fortunately, there is an easy way to push out these settings to a Windows environment using Group Policy.