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Autodesk 2024 Product Keys

With the newest release of Autodesk products, we bring you a new list of Autodesk 2024 product keys. Product keys are codes that differentiate products and product versions. You may need them to install Autodesk products. If you get an activation error when you enter your product key, check that you specified the correct product (or suite) and version in the lookup tool.

Interested in seeing what the new Autodesk features can do for you? Microsol Resources hosts these annual webinar series on What’s New with Autodesk that showcase and highlight the newest features of the various Autodesk products on the different versions.

The product keys for Autodesk 2024 products are in alphabetical order.


Product Name Product Key
3ds Max 128P1
3ds Max with Softimage 978P1
Advance Steel 959P1
Alias AutoStudio 966P1
Alias Concept A63P1
Alias Surface 736P1
Arnold C0PP1
AutoCAD 001P1
AutoCAD LT 057P1
AutoCAD LT for Mac 827P1
AutoCAD Raster Design 340P1
AutoCAD Revit LT Suite 834N1
CAMplete TruePath C4PN1
CAMplete TurnMill C4RN1
CFD – Ultimate 811M1
Civil 3D 237P1
Fabrication CADmep 839P1
Fabrication CAMduct 842P1
Fabrication ESTmep 841P1
FeatureCAM – Premium A9FN1
FeatureCAM – Standard A9GN1
FeatureCAM – Ultimate A9EN1
Flame C0TP1
Flame – Education C14N1
Flame – transition C5LP1
Flame Assist C0VP1
Flame Premium C0XP1
Flare C0WP1
Fusion 360 with Netfabb Standard A95P1
InfoDrainage – Standard C67P1
InfoDrainage – Ultimate C68P1
InfoWater Pro C69P1
InfoWorks ICM – Standard C6AP1
InfoWorks ICM – Ultimate C6BP1
InfoWorks WS Pro C6CP1
InfraWorks 927P1
Inventor Engineer-to-Order Series 805P1
Inventor Engineer-to-Order Series Distribution Fee 636P1
Inventor Engineer-to-Order Server 752P1
Inventor ETO – Developer A66P1
Inventor ETO – Distribution 996P1
Inventor Nastran 987P1
Inventor OEM 798P1
Inventor Professional 797P1
Lustre C0UP1
Lustre – transition C5MP1
Maya 657P1
Maya with Softimage 977P1
MotionBuilder 727P1
Mudbox 498P1
Navisworks Manage 507P1
Navisworks Simulate 506P1
Netfabb Local Simulation C02P1
Point Layout 925P1
PowerInspect – Premium A9JN1
PowerInspect – Standard A9KN1
PowerInspect – Ultimate A9HN1
PowerMill – Premium A9AN1
PowerMill – Standard A9QN1
PowerMill – Ultimate A9PN1
PowerShape – Premium A9MN1
PowerShape – Standard A9NN1
PowerShape – Ultimate A9LN1
ReCap Pro 919P1
Revit 829P1
Revit LT 828P1
Robot Structural Analysis Professional 547P1
Structural Bridge Design 954P1
Vault Office 555P1
Vault Professional 569P1
Vault Workgroup 559P1
Vehicle Tracking 955P1
VRED Core 887P1
VRED Design 885P1
VRED Presenter 888P1
VRED Professional 886P1
VRED Render Node 890P1


Depending on the type of license you purchase, you may be prompted for a serial number and product key during product activation.

There are various ways to find this information, depending on how you obtained your software.

Autodesk Account

In your Autodesk Account, find your product and click View Details. Next, click License Details to access your serial number. If your product does not have a serial number, View Details does not display. Your Serial Number is the same for all versions of a standalone or multi-user subscription product.


Autodesk Account: Contract details

If you are a software coordinator or contract manager, Autodesk Account provides serial numbers and product keys for all products on your subscription contract.

  1. Sign in to Autodesk Account and click Contracts and Orders from the main menu on the left.
  2. Click the appropriate contract number.

The serial numbers and product keys are in the Serial/Key column for each product on your subscription contract.


Industry Collections

Each product in an industry collection like the Architecture, Engineering & Construction Collection has a different product key. If you bought your product as part of a collection, use the lookup tool to find that specific product.

If you bought your product as part of a suite (for example, Autodesk Building Design Suite), the same product key is used to activate all products in the suite. Use the tool to look up the name of the suite.


Education Community (students and teachers)

If you obtain student software by using the Install Now download method, your serial number and product key are automatically entered during installation. If you still need to find this information, sign in to the Education Community website and follow these steps:

  1. Click My Account in the blue box on the right.
  2. At the top of the screen, click Account.
  3. On the left, click Products. Then click Download Products.
  4. Select Content Type > Serial Number.


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What’s New with Autodesk?

Interested in seeing what the new Autodesk features can do for you? Intrigued by the use of building information modeling (BIM) in your firm?

Microsol Resources hosts these annual webinar series on What’s New with Autodesk that showcase and highlight the newest features of the various Autodesk products on the different versions.

While all these new updates sound wonderful, what exactly does this mean for you? View our annual webinar series videos by following these links.


What’s new with Autodesk 2024?

What’s new with Autodesk 2023?

What’s new with Autodesk 2022?

What’s new with Autodesk 2021?

What’s new with Autodesk 2020?

What’s new with Autodesk 2019?

What’s new with Autodesk 2018?

What’s new with Autodesk 2017?


We focus our webinars on the project workflow and share tips and tricks for the new software features.  With brand new features, the new version offers greater productivity, improved collaboration, and more integrated BIM workflows.

With each new release, Autodesk strives to offer various improvements and new capabilities for their software from AutoCAD to Revit, Autodesk Construction Cloud (formerly called BIM 360), Civil 3D, 3ds Max, and more!

Microsol Resources will bring you the latest information on Autodesk products so be sure to always follow our website, blog, and social networks to stay up to date.

Stay ahead of the curve and see the demos of the new features with our building and infrastructure specialists.

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Lease financing vs. loans or cash

For companies in a cash-flow crunch, the biggest advantage to lease-financing is the ability to hold onto their cash. In most cases, a company can get the technology investments it needs with little or no down payment, allowing it to preserve working capital and lines of credit for other uses. Lease-financing of technology purchases offers many potential benefits over conventional loans or paying cash. By lease-financing, companies are able to break down large technology acquisitions into manageable, fixed monthly payments over 12, 24, or 36 months.

Here are some reasons why companies use leasing, and some comparison to loans or paying in cash.

Why lease financing?

  • Quick results.  Lease financing allows you to have the latest software and/or equipment working for your business quickly and easily with fast approval, minimal documentation and prompt equipment delivery.
  • Low payments.  Effectively maintain your cash flow with payments that are often lower than loan financing.
  • Flexibility.  Structure payments and terms to fit your cash flow. For equipment purchases, varying end of lease options give you the choice to purchase the equipment, return it, or extend your agreement.
  • 100% financing.  Conserve lines of credit and acquire software, services and equipment  without a major cash outlay. Unlike loans, which may require up to 20% down, leasie financing generally has minimal up-front costs. Finance up to 100% of the cost, with additional options possible to cover soft costs like installation and training.
  • Tax and accounting benefits.  You may be able to lower your taxable income by deducting the lease payments. Lessees who prefer the tax benefits of ownership and use may take advantage of Section 179 depreciation.

Leasing vs. conventional loans

  • Leasing is fast and convenient. Conventional loans may require additional documentation and time beyond the one-page application and quick credit decision you get with leasing. This can delay your purchase of much needed equipment or technology.
  • Conventional loans can tie up lines of credit. Leasing preserves bank lines of credit, leaving them open for other business needs.
  • Conventional loans may require personal and business assets to guarantee the loan. With leasing, the equipment itself is
    used as collateral, not your personal or business assets.
  • Leasing hedges against inflation. Receive the benefit of your equipment immediately, and lock into fixed payments at today’s
    interest rate.
  • Leasing is flexible and doesn’t require a large down payment. Flexible payment terms and end of lease options mean you can choose the option that works best for your cash flow. With conventional loans, you will own the equipment and have limited payment term flexibility.

Leasing vs. paying cash

  • Pay cash for what appreciates, not for what depreciates. Investing the cash you would spend on the equipment could make a larger overall return than the interest paid on the agreement.
  • Protect your business against obsolescence. When paying cash, you may own equipment that soon becomes obsolete without having the flexibility to trade it in and upgrade to newer technology.
  • Pay for equipment as it generates revenue for your business. Let the equipment work for you right away, while you pay for it over time.

If you have any questions about the best option for you, contact your Microsol Resources Account Executive or email us at

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