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Friday, September 25, 2009

Worksharing Monitor - Free System Performance Utility

First off, if you are working with Central/Local Files and Worksharing, then I encourage you to head over to Autodesk Subscription, login and get the Worksharing Monitor.

Then, open Revit. Go to the 'Add-Ins' tab on the Ribbon, and under the 'External Tools' you will find the Worksharing Monitor.

Once you go into the Worksharing Monitor, click the 'System Performance' button and a handy little utility will pop up. Enjoy!



2 comments:

  1. Does having multiple Users running worksharing monitor on their computers decrease the performance of Revit 2010? We are running on 64bit platform with 8gbs RAM, Nvidia FX1700 cards.

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  2. I doubt that you would notice a performance hit when using Worksharing Monitor with that hardware.

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