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    Exclamation Inventor 10 Professional Deployment

    I made an Inventor 10 Professional Deployment (similar to what I've done 100 other times). When I used this deployment (from the network) on the local computers it didn't load the professional modules. The splash screen indicates Inventor Professional and not the Series version. The Inventor 10 Series deployment went well.

    Just wondering if anyone else ran into this with the Inventor 10 Pro install from a network deployment??

    Thanks

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    Default Re: Inventor 10 Professional Deployment

    Hi Dan

    Please note I have *moved* this thread from the Networks forum to this one... I fully realise you require assistance / help concerning a network deployment, but I honestly believe your question will be better served here.

    If you do not agree, please let me know, I will then happily move it back to its original location.

    Thanks, Mike

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    Default Re: Inventor 10 Professional Deployment

    Quote Originally Posted by daniel.bounds
    I made an Inventor 10 Professional Deployment (similar to what I've done 100 other times). When I used this deployment (from the network) on the local computers it didn't load the professional modules. The splash screen indicates Inventor Professional and not the Series version. The Inventor 10 Series deployment went well.

    Just wondering if anyone else ran into this with the Inventor 10 Pro install from a network deployment??

    Thanks
    Daniel,

    The Professional Modules install under their own deployment image.

    Run the Network Deployment Wizard on the PROAPPS directory, and look for an msi named InventorPRO.msi. Once this is created you can run that image and install the Professional Modules.
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    Default Re: Inventor 10 Professional Deployment

    Quote Originally Posted by jonathan.landeros
    Daniel,

    The Professional Modules install under their own deployment image.

    Run the Network Deployment Wizard on the PROAPPS directory, and look for an msi named InventorPRO.msi. Once this is created you can run that image and install the Professional Modules.
    I typically browse through the deployment tree once it's created to see if there's anything that's not inclused in the deployment that I must perform seperately.

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