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How to Perform a Telnet Test [VIDEO]

Telnet Test

When troubleshooting connectivity issues for some SOLIDWORKS products, such as the SolidNetwork License Manager, SOLIDWORKS Workgroup PDM or SOLIDWORKS Enterprise PDM, it’s possible that a ping test may succeed but the communication may still be failing. A Telnet Test can be very useful in such…

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Working with SolidWorks Files on a Network

The Typical Problem Often times when you work in a multi-user environment, it seems like a good idea to store your project files on a network drive so that everybody can access them. This allows everybody to see the files, prevents multiple people from editing…

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Why DO Assemblies take longer to open over the network??

If you have ever had to wait a painfully long period of time for a large assembly to open while loading the files from a network location, you’ve likely asked this question.  We had the opportunity at SolidWorks World 2011 to find out exactly why this is.  The following details are courtesy of Mark Johnson, one of the Senior Technical Support Engineers at SolidWorks. Most simply put, the “path” that files have to follow to open from a local hard drive is as follows: − Harddrive -> (Mainboard) Southbridge – > CPU – > (Mainboard) Northbridge – > Ram – and OPEN! If you then compare this against the file path when opening a file from the network: − Ethernet Card – > Router\switch\hub ->…

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How to use multiple SolidWorks serials with the SolidNetwork License Manager

So, how does someone who possesses 2 or more network SolidWorks serial numbers use them with the same SolidNetwork License Manager?  Great question! You’ll be happy to know that I have the answer for you!

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