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    Default New central file on Revit server

    Is it possible to create a central file from inside of Revit server? I'm just setting up our office WAN with the Revit server 2013 and I am having problems.

    Anyone have any ideas?
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    Default Re: New central file on Revit server

    No. From your Revit, you save a project as central, in a folder in Revit Server.

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    Default Re: New central file on Revit server

    You can if you install Revit on your Revit Server. But you still need to use Revit to save as central to the Revit Server.

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