Revit Server 2013 – Revit model collaboration across LAN / WAN

First with 2011, Revit Server is now in it’s third year and I’m here again showing you how to set it up in your office. Understand the concepts, and then get the servers ready by installing any prerequisites. When you’re planned out and ready to go,  installing Revit Server 2013 in your network and configure your workstations! True Revit model collaboration across a LAN / WAN. Yes, it’s awesome 

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6 thoughts on “Revit Server 2013 – Revit model collaboration across LAN / WAN

  1. Peter Tranberg August 2, 2012 / 10:15 am

    Good tour… I have a problem with my Revit Workstation. I have created the rsn.ini file and put two entrys into it, but the Revit Server Connection does not show them. You told in the video that an unconnected host would show up, but not be accesseble. Why cant I see my connections?

    Peter

    • thejame August 22, 2012 / 2:22 pm

      From Revit itself, you have to establish a connection to the ACCELERTOR first. Using the ACCELERATOR, the workstation will prompt Revit to connect to the Revit HOST specified in the RSN.INI file. Hope that helps!

  2. Alfredo Medina August 2, 2012 / 2:47 pm

    Hello, Jame, I would like to contact you by email, but I did not find any info on that in the blog. Can you please contact me at info@planta1.com ? Thanks.

    • thejame August 22, 2012 / 2:23 pm

      Hi Alfredo, What’s the details for the consultation? What would you need help on?

      • Alfredo Medina August 22, 2012 / 2:47 pm

        Hi, Jame. Well, it;s about Revit Server.

  3. Peter Tranberg September 21, 2012 / 9:12 am

    Hi, Jame
    I finaly got it working. I have one server in a workgroup for internal use and the other on in DMZ. I can connect to the DMZ server from the domain workstation in the LAN. But how do I get acces to the Server in the DMZ from the outside?

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