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    Thumbs up Current updates for Revit 2015

    Keep track of updates to Revit 2015 products.

    If you want to follow along check you are logged in, look right, click on Thread Tools and subscribe as shown below:
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    As I write this the latest update is number 14. See Autodesk's Read me and Update Enhancement List for info.

    I can save you the trouble of looking it up by listing the four changes here:

    * Improves stability during Sync with Central>Reload Latest when project utilizes Revit Server
    * Corrects an issue which prevented the replacement of an existing project within Revit Server
    * Improves stability when reloading links within work shared projects.
    * Improves stability during creation of a stair by component when the stair path text type becomes invalid.

    Have you tried out the Autodesk desktop app? Is it helping you keep track of updates?

    If you need to know what your current build (version) is, take a look at How to tie the Build number with the Revit update (thanks dkoch)
    Last edited by Duncan Lithgow; 2016-06-14 at 06:42 AM. Reason: update 14

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    Default Re: Current updates for Revit 2015

    Done.
    If anyone would care to make a thread for 2016 I can stick that one too.
    Steve can overrule me later.
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    Default Re: Current updates for Revit 2015

    I just had a problem updating a machine with Revit 2015. It sat stubbornly at some earlier build number and would not install R2 update 8. I uninstalled Revit 2015 and went through 2015: How to Complete a Clean Install and Uninstall of Revit products, but it still didn't work. So I installed UR2 Update 4, and then R2 Update 8 - voil√° it worked. Hope that helps someone.

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    Default Re: Current updates for Revit 2015

    How do I know if R2 is installed? I have the full functioning Revit 2015 (all disciplines) from Building Design Suite, so does R2 even apply to me? We also have 5 other seats of Revit Architecture so how do I know if R2 is installed on those machines?
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    Default Re: Current updates for Revit 2015

    Quote Originally Posted by patricks View Post
    How do I know if R2 is installed? I have the full functioning Revit 2015 (all disciplines) from Building Design Suite, so does R2 even apply to me? We also have 5 other seats of Revit Architecture so how do I know if R2 is installed on those machines?
    You would have had to have downloaded the installation file for R2 from the Subscription Center (or, now, Autodesk Account - Product Enhancements). So far as I know, the R2 version was only released as the Revit ("One Box" - all disciplines) program and was not made available for Revit Architecture, Revit Structure or Revit MEP.

    You can check the current build you are using by selecting About Autodesk Revit 2015 from the Help pulldown in the Info Center (upper right corner of the Revit window). You can compare what shows there to the list in this Autodesk Knowledge Network article.
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    Default Re: Current updates for Revit 2015

    Quote Originally Posted by dkoch View Post
    So far as I know, the R2 version was only released as the Revit ("One Box" - all disciplines) program and was not made available for Revit Architecture, Revit Structure or Revit MEP.
    It was/is also released for Revit Architecture, as shown in my original post. I assumed it's there for the other disciplines, but I could only find Revit Structure R2 update 7 but not 8. Haven't looked for MEP.

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    Default Re: Current updates for Revit 2015

    Added update 9

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    Default Re: Current updates for Revit 2015

    My gosh, update NINE??? Was 2015 that bad that this many updates has been needed? I can barely even keep up with them all, and I only have 7 machines in the office that need the updates.

    Any why are they still putting out updates when 2016 has been out for over 4 months now?
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    Default Re: Current updates for Revit 2015

    Many of these updates were due to the introduction of C4R (A360).
    Also from my understanding this is going to be the "new normal" for updates. No more large updates that take forever to download and never get installed in time.
    They want to do smaller, quicker updates sim to what they were originally doing when they would still kick out hot fixes.
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    Default Re: Current updates for Revit 2015

    So now, in order to be signed into A360 in Revit, your workset user name MUST be the same as your A360 email address??? What the heck kind of BS is that?! I don't want a bunch of email addresses as our workset user names. This is insanity. Most of my users don't have Autodesk/A360 accounts anyway, and I would prefer that our workset names all have the same naming convention (not some workset names as email addresses and some of them not).
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