Adding your Company details and logo to the SOLIDWORKS Manage UI

Article by Joe Medeiros, CSWE updated October 31, 2019


Once the SOLIDWORKS Manage Server and Client have been installed, you can add your Company Details. Your details can appear in various areas of the SOLIDWORKS Manage user interface, including SOLIDWORKS Manage Login and Reports.

To enter your Company Details, from the Options pull-down or the Tools tab, select administration options.

Administration Options

In System Administration, select the Advanced Area and then the General Section of this Area, then click on the Company Details tab.

Company Details

The System Display Name that appears on the Login Form (the Form when Manage is Launched).

Login Form

This can be changed in the first line of the Company Details tab.

NOTE: It is important to click on any Save button, before existing a dialogue box, so that changes are not lost.

Display Name

In the  Company Name and Logo are, the Company Name and Company Details can be entered, A Companies Logo can be added, by clicking on Select Company Logo. Check Show on the Login Form, to display the Company Logo, when logging in. Clicking Save is required to save any changes.

Company Name and Logo

Additional Company Names and Logos can be created by selecting New. After saving, the information entered in the Description field, will be used to name the new tab.  A tab can be deleted by pressing Delete. New From, will create new Tab that copies the information from the currently active Tab.

New Company Details

When logging in, the Login Form, will show the changes that were made.

Modified Login Form

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Joe Medeiros, CSWE

Joe Medeiros is a SOLIDWORKS and PDM Certified Expert. He has been helping SOLIDWORKS users with training, mentoring and implementations since 1998. He combines industry experience with a thorough understanding of SOLIDWORKS products to assist customers in being successful. He shares his experience and expertise through blogs; one of which has been incorporated into the SOLIDWORKS Essentials training manual.