Autodesk Serial Number Collection MOF v2017

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Update With the release of Autodesk 2020 products, the updated script for these versions are now available from our Autodesk MOF download archive here. Prerequisites This program requires System Center Configuration Manager to be installed and configuration in the production environment. Instructions For full instructions on how to use this script, click here. Download To … Read more

Autodesk 2017 Products Released

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Today the range of Autodesk products including CAD and CAD LT have been released to version 2017.

You should now be able to download these versions using your online subscription from the Autodesk website.

We will shortly be posting the update scripts to collect serial numbers for this release of Autodesk products using Configuration Manager so check back here over the next few days.

How to deploy AutoCAD using SCCM

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This is going to be quite a lengthy guide but one that we think you might find very useful.

Introduction

We have previously shown you how to report Autodesk serial numbers using SCCM and this has led to a number of questions being sent to us on how to deploy AutoCAD using SCCM and in turn, using the software catalog.

So, this guide will show you how to setup your CAD deployments as an application allowing you to either push out or allow as a request through the software catalog.

Prerequisites

Before we start there are a few things that you should be aware of before using this guide:

  • For the purposes of this guide, we are going to use AutoCAD LT 2016 – English
  • This is not suitable for an upgrade – only a clean install
  • Should you wish to deploy to a machine with a previous version of CAD on it, you should ensure that it is fully uninstalled before allowing this application to be installed
  • When the deployment is created, it is for the site that you have deployed it to only – deploying it to multiple SCCM distribution points does not work – if you do this, it will still install to where you created the original AutoCAD deployment to. So if you have multiple sites, you have to create an AutoCAD deployment to each of those sites and then create a new deployment for each of those sites
  • You must have an excellent understanding of how AutoCAD and SCCM works

Instructions

Once you are happy with the above, then we can start the process of adding AutoCAD LT 2016 – English into our software catalog as an application in SCCM.

Extract the Installer

You should login to your Autodesk customer portal and download the FULL installer, it should be around 1.3GB in total size and a single file. The filename should be similar to this:

AutoCAD_LT_2016_SWL_English_Win_64bit_dlm.sfx.exe

Double click the file and it will ask you to extract to a location, for the purposes of this guide, we will extract it to the default C:\Autodesk folder:

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Depending on the machine you are using, this can take some time to extract the full 2.6GB of data.

Once this has completed you should then go to the C:\Autodesk folder and run the standard setup file:

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Create the Deployment

This will start to load the AutoCAD LT 2016 installer and will eventually give you the options to Create Deployment, Install Tools & Utilities or the standard Install. We want to create a deployment so click that button:

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You will then be asked to complete the information required for the deployment. You will need to enter the following details:

  • Deployment Configuration Name – a name for your deployment
  • Administrative Image Path – this is important – this is where your clients will install the software from, so ensure it is to a UNC path with the correct share and security permissions setup on it
  • The rest of the settings are custom to your own environment and not to overly important to this process

Once completed, it should look something like this:

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Click Next and then accept the terms and conditions, then click Next again to take you to the licence page.

Here you should enter your serial number and product key and then click Next – or you can chose not to enter anything here and you can enter your licence keys on the end users machines after deployment:

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Click Next once you are happy with your licence entry and you can then select the options that you want to have installed as part of the deployment process:

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When you have made all your custom selection options, you can click the Create button. This will then run through what looks like a standard installation process and this can take some time:

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When this process has completed, you will now have a source location ready to use for your SCCM deployment.

Creating the SCCM Application

You should now go to the Administrative Image Path location that you stated during the Create Deployment process and you should see a file structure like this:

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You will see a folder called SMS_SCCM scripts, go into this folder and then open the text file called “YOUR DEPLOYMENT NAME_SCCM.txt”. In here you will find the installation script that you will need to use – so take note of this somewhere as you will need it later in this process. It should be similar to this:

.\Img\Setup.exe /W /q /I Img\AutoCAD LT 2016 English.ini

Now we need to actually create the application in SCCM, so open up your SCCM console and go into the Software Library ribbon and then drill down into Applications. Then right click on Applications and Create Application.

We are going to create this application using the MSI files available to us, so you should browse for an MSI file to this location:

DP01\Share\ACADLT\2016x64\AutoCAD_LT_2016_English\Img\x64\acadlt

This is your Administrative Image Path and then drill down into Imgx64acadlt (or x86 if you are deploying x86).

In this folder, you will find an MSI file called acadlt.msi – use this as your starting point to create the application and click Next.

You can then enter all the custom details that you want, however, there is a very important part you must change to make this whole process work, the Installation program. Remember we looked at the SCCM.txt file earlier in the process and there was an installation script? this is where you should now copy and paste that script and overwrite what is in there by default. So your page should look something like this:

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You should now run through and complete this wizard to completion.

This will have now created the application with a lot of default settings, but there are still changes to make as the deployment is still looking in the wrong place for its source files, so edit the application and go into the Deployment Types tab and edit the deployment:

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You should now go to the Content tab and you need to amend the Content location. Instead of it being in the Imgx64acadlt folder, you should remove this part and make it so that your Content location is the root of your deployment source.

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So you should end up with a Content location similar to this:

DP01\Share\ACADLT\2016\x64\English

You can then change any other settings you wish here to customise your deployment.

Once you have completed this, you can now deploy the application and you should then see it available in your Software Catalog.

Come back and visit us soon as we will also be writting up a guide on how to add AutoCAD language packs to your Software Catalog.

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Report AutoCAD Product and Serial Numbers using Configuration Manager

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This post is a rehash of an old post we did back in December 2013 but with the recent release of version 2016 of AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT and also the release of our updated code to retrieve the serial numbers from machines for this updated product; we thought that we would slightly update this post and re-publish it.

Introduction

In the past we have released SCCM Configuration Item VBScripts to collect Autodesk serial numbers and then inject this information in to the WMI to be collected by the next hardware inventory.

After much researching and testing, we have now made a decision that this is not the best way to collect this source of information from user machines. We will now be using a similar, yet much simpler way of doing this.

This involves editing the SCCM configuration.mof file on the primary server and adding a class to the hardware inventory collection.

Using this method allows us to collect the following information from users machines:

  • Product Name
  • Product Release
  • Serial Number
  • Stand Alone Network Type

We have collated a huge text file which has what we believe, every single Autodesk product on the market (not just AutoCAD) and the registry entries that the configuration.mof will look at to collect the data from the end users machine.

Below we will supply you with this text file and also full instructions on what to do with it.

Download

You should first ensure that you have downloaded the file below – this is the text file that contains all the information you will need to retrieve your AutoCAD serial numbers from the WMI on users machines.

Autodesk 2021 Serial Number Collection Now Available!

This post has now been superseded by our Autodesk 2021 MOF file download. Click the button below to go to this latest version.


This download is now available direct from our site by clicking the button below.

Download Autodesk Latest MOF File

Instructions

Editing the configuration.mof file

Once you have downloaded the text file from above, you need to go to the following location on your primary SCCM server:

%programfiles%\Microsoft Configuration Manager\inboxes\clifiles.src\hinv

Take a copy of your configuration.mof file and copy it to a test machine that has the Configuration Manager Console installed on it.

Edit the test configuration.mof file on your test machine using a product like Notepad++ and at the very bottom of the file you will see a bit of code like this:

//========================
// Added extensions Start
//========================
//========================
// Added extensions end
//========================

In the middle of this code you should copy and paste the contents of the text file that you have downloaded from our site earlier. So, the end of your configuration.mof file should look like this (note that we’ve stripped it right down to one product for demo purposes, yours should be A LOT longer!):

//========================
// Added extensions Start
//========================
//Autodesk_Inventory_x86
#pragma namespace (".rootcimv2")
#pragma deleteclass("Autodesk_Inventory", NOFAIL)
[DYNPROPS]
Class Autodesk_Inventory
{
[key] string KeyName;
String ProductName;
String Release;
String SerialNumber;
Uint32 StandaloneNetworkType;
};
[DYNPROPS]
Instance of Autodesk_Inventory
{
KeyName="AutoCAD 2000";
[PropertyContext("Local|HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESoftwareAutodeskAutoCADR15.0ACAD-1:409|ProductName"),Dynamic,Provider("RegPropProv")] ProductName;
[PropertyContext("Local|HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESoftwareAutodeskAutoCADR15.0ACAD-1:409|Release"),Dynamic,Provider("RegPropProv")] Release;
[PropertyContext("Local|HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESoftwareAutodeskAutoCADR15.0ACAD-1:409|SerialNumber"),Dynamic,Provider("RegPropProv")] SerialNumber;
[PropertyContext("Local|HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESoftwareAutodeskAutoCADR15.0ACAD-1:409|StandaloneNetworkType"),Dynamic,Provider("RegPropProv")] StandaloneNetworkType;
};
//========================
// Added extensions end
//========================

You should then save the configuration.mof file on your test machine.

Compile the MOF file

Once you have done that, you need to compile the configuration.mof file on your test machine, this will allow us to use the test machine to import the hardware inventory class later in this guide.

To do this, open a command prompt as administrator and type in the following command:

mofcomp.exe "location of your test configuration.mof"

For example:

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When you press enter, you may get an error about PRAGMA AUTORECOVER, you can add this if you like, but for this guide, I’m going to ignore this:

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Hardware Inventory

Now that you have the correct MOF compilations on your test machine, you should now open up the Configuration Manager Console. Go into the Administration > Client Settings page:

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You then need to edit the Default Client Settings, right click on it and select Properties. This will bring up your Default Client Settings, you then need to go into the Hardware Inventory options:

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In here, you should then click on the Set Classes… button:

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You will then be presented with another dialogue box, you should then press the Add button:

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This is now where we connect to the local namespace of the test machine and select the Autodesk_Inventory and Autodesk_Inventory_64 classes and click OK. This will then import these classes into the SCCM primary servers hardware inventory classes.

However, there is still one more thing left to do…

Update master configuration.mof file

Now that you have your client settings ready to collect the WMI classes hardware inventory on your end users machines, you still need to update the configuration.mof file on your primary SCCM server.

I would highly recommend taking a backup of your current configuration.mof file on your primary server first, then take the edited file from your test machine and overwrite the one on your primary server with it. This will then give your end users machines this updated configuration.mof file and when the hardware inventory runs on the machines, the requested data will be collected into an SQL table in your SCCM database.

You can then use SSRS to create a report to display all the data collected.

If you keep a check on our website, we will be releasing further product collections that you can add to your hardware inventory and configuration.mof allowing you to build up a collection of reports that will give you your productions information and serial numbers.

How do I create the SSRS report?

We have now created a guide that will help you to create your SSRS reports based on the data that this guide will pull into the Configuration Manager database.

You can access this guide by clicking the link below:

Create a SSRS Report using Configuration Manager Database Data

Feedback

If you have any problems with this or just want to ask a question, please leave a mssage below using our comments section.

AutoCAD 2016 Serial Number Collection Update

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We have now updated our Autodesk serial number collection script to include the recently released AutoCAD 2016 and AutoCAD LT 2016.

The following additions have been made to the script:

  • AutoCAD 2016 – English
  • AutoCAD 2016 – Polish
  • AutoCAD 2016 – Italian
  • AutoCAD 2016 – Hungarian
  • AutoCAD LT 2016 – English

This is an extension of the full script that we released back in December 2013. The full instructions on how to use this script can be found below:

Instructions

Using SCCM to collect Autodesk serial numbers

Download

Autodesk 2020 Serial Number Collection Now Available!

This post has now been superseded by our Autodesk 2020 MOF file download. Click the button below to go to this latest version.


How do I create the SSRS Report?

We have now created a guide that will help you to create your SSRS reports based on the data that this guide will pull into the Configuration Manager database.

You can access this guide by clicking the link below:

Create a SSRS Report using Configuration Manager Database Data

Feedback

If you have any problems with any of the above, then please leave your messages and questions below using our comments section below and we will try to get back to you as soon as we can.

We also like to hear back any success stories too, so if you have used our guide and found it helpful, we would love to hear from you.

AutoCAD 2015 Serial Number Collection Update

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We have now updated our Autodesk serial number collection script to include the recently released AutoCAD 2015 and AutoCAD LT 2015.

The following additions have been made to the script:

  • AutoCAD 2015
  • AutoCAD LT 2015 – English
  • AutoCAD LT 2015 – Italian
  • AutoCAD LT 2015 – Polish
  • AutoCAD LT 2015 – Hungarian

This is an extension of the full script that we released back in December last year. The full instructions on how to use this script can be found below:

Guide

Using SCCM to collect Autodesk serial numbers

Downloads

You can download the full updated script below.

Autodesk 2020 Serial Number Collection Now Available!

This post has now been superseded by our Autodesk 2020 MOF file download. Click the button below to go to this latest version.


How can I create the SSRS Report?

We have now created a guide that will help you to create your SSRS reports based on the data that this guide will pull into the Configuration Manager database.

You can access this guide by clicking the link below:

Create a SSRS Report using Configuration Manager Database Data

Feedback

If you have any problems with any of the above, then please leave your comments and questions below using our comments system and we will try to get back to you as soon as we can.

We also like to hear back any success stories too, so if you have used our guide and found it helpful, we would love to hear from you.

Using SCCM to collect Autodesk serial numbers

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In the past we have released SCCM Configuration Item VBScripts to collect Autodesk serial numbers and then inject this information in to the WMI to be collected by the next hardware inventory.

After much researching and testing, we have now made a decision that this is not the best way to collect this source of information from user machines. We will now be using a similar, yet much simpler way of doing this.

This involves editing the SCCM configuration.mof file on the primary server and adding a class to the hardware inventory collection.

Using this method allows us to collect the following information from users machines:

  • Product Name
  • Product Release
  • Serial Number
  • Stand Alone Network Type

We have collated a huge text file which has what we believe, every single Autodesk product on the market (not just AutoCAD) and the registry entries that the configuration.mof will look at to collect the data from the end users machine.

Below we will supply you with this text file and also full instructions on what to do with it.

Using this method we’ll also be releasing other text files for serial number collection such as NitroPDF and PDF-X Change. If you have a product that you would like us to look into for you for similar data collection then please leave a comment at the end of this guide.

Download

Autodesk 2020 Serial Number Collection Now Available!

This post has now been superseded by our Autodesk 2020 MOF file download. Click the button below to go to this latest version.


You can now download the Autodesk 2018 MOF pack from our Downloads microsite by clicking the link below.

Download Latest Autodesk MOF

Instructions

Once you have downloaded the text file from above, you need to go to the following location on your primary SCCM server:

%programfiles%\Microsoft Configuration Manager\inboxes\clifiles.src\hinv

Take a copy of your configuration.mof file and copy it to a test machine that has the Configuration Manager Console installed on it.

Edit the test configuration.mof file on your test machine using a product like Notepad++ and at the very bottom of the file you will see a bit of code like this:

//========================
// Added extensions Start
//========================
//========================
// Added extensions end
//========================

In the middle of this code you should copy and paste the contents of the text file that you have downloaded from our site earlier. So, the end of your configuration.mof file should look like this (note that we’ve stripped it right down to one product for demo purposes, yours should be A LOT longer!):

//========================
// Added extensions Start
//========================
//Autodesk_Inventory_x86
#pragma namespace ("\\.\root\cimv2")
#pragma deleteclass("Autodesk_Inventory", NOFAIL)
[DYNPROPS]
Class Autodesk_Inventory
{
[key] string KeyName;
String ProductName;
String Release;
String SerialNumber;
Uint32 StandaloneNetworkType;
};
[DYNPROPS]
Instance of Autodesk_Inventory
{
KeyName="AutoCAD 2000";
[PropertyContext("Local|HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Autodesk\AutoCAD\R15.0\ACAD-1:409|ProductName"),Dynamic,Provider("RegPropProv")] ProductName;
[PropertyContext("Local|HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Autodesk\AutoCAD\R15.0\ACAD-1:409|Release"),Dynamic,Provider("RegPropProv")] Release;
[PropertyContext("Local|HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Autodesk\AutoCAD\R15.0\ACAD-1:409|SerialNumber"),Dynamic,Provider("RegPropProv")] SerialNumber;
[PropertyContext("Local|HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Autodesk\AutoCAD\R15.0\ACAD-1:409|StandaloneNetworkType"),Dynamic,Provider("RegPropProv")] StandaloneNetworkType;
};
//========================
// Added extensions end
//========================

You should then save the configuration.mof file on your test machine.

Once you have done that, you need to compile the configuration.mof file on your test machine, this will allow us to use the test machine to import the hardware inventory class later in this guide.

To do this, open a command prompt as administrator and type in the following command:

mofcomp.exe "location of your test configuration.mof"

For example:

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When you press enter, you may get an error about PRAGMA AUTORECOVER, you can add this if you like, but for this guide, I’m going to ignore this:

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Now that you have the correct MOF compilations on your test machine, you should now open up the Configuration Manager Console. Go into the Administration > Client Settings page:

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You then need to edit the Default Client Settings, right click on it and select Properties. This will bring up your Default Client Settings, you then need to go into the Hardware Inventory options:

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In here, you should then click on the Set Classes… button:

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You will then be presented with another dialogue box, you should then press the Add button:

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This is now where we connect to the local namespace of the test machine and select the Autodesk_Inventory and Autodesk_Inventory_64 classes and click OK. This will then import these classes into the SCCM primary servers hardware inventory classes.

However, there is still one more thing left to do…

Now that you have your client settings ready to collect the WMI classes hardware inventory on your end users machines, you still need to update the configuration.mof file on your primary SCCM server.

I would highly recommend taking a backup of your current configuration.mof file on your primary server first, then take the edited file from your test machine and overwrite the one on your primary server with it. This will then give your end users machines this updated configuration.mof file and when the hardware inventory runs on the machines, the requested data will be collected into an SQL table in your SCCM database.

You can then use SSRS to create a report to display all the data collected.

If you keep a check on our website, we will be releasing further product collections that you can add to your hardware inventory and configuration.mof allowing you to build up a collection of reports that will give you your productions information and serial numbers.

How do I create the SSRS report?

We have now created a guide that will help you to create your SSRS reports based on the data that this guide will pull into the Configuration Manager database.

You can access this guide by clicking the link below:

Create a SSRS Report using Configuration Manager Database Data

Bug Reporting and Comments

If you have any problems with this or just want to ask a question, please leave a comment below using our comments system and we will try and answer when we can.

Autodesk Products Serial Number Reporting Script Update Version 4.1 – Major Release

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We have made some major updates to our Autodesk products serial number reporting script which should fix all of the reporting issues that some people have seen. It also includes a large amount of additional languages and products.

WHAT PRODUCTS ARE INCLUDED?

The list of Autodesk products that this Configuration Item script will now report back to your SCCM database are the following:

  • AutoCAD 2000 – 2014
  • AutoCAD LT 2000 – 2014
  • Autodesk P&ID – 2012 – 2014
  • Autodesk Architecture – 2012 – 2014
  • Autodesk Mechanical – 2012 – 2014
  • Autodesk Building Systems – 2012 – 2014
  • Autodesk Inventor – 2012 – 2014
  • Autodesk Plant 3D – 2012 – 2014
  • Autodesk Civil 3D – 2012 – 2014
  • Autodesk AutoCAD OEM – 2012 – 2014

WHAT LANGUAGES ARE INCLUDED?

  • AutoCAD – English / German / French / Italian / Spanish / Polish / Hungarian / Czech / Russian / Brazilian Portuguese / Simplified Chinese / Traditional Chinese / Korean / Japanese
  • AutoCAD LT – English / German / French / Italian / Spanish / Polish / Hungarian / Czech / Russian / Brazilian Portuguese / Simplified Chinese / Traditional Chinese / Korean / Japanese
  • Autodesk P&ID – English
  • Autodesk Architecture – English
  • Autodesk Mechanical – English
  • Autodesk Building Systems – English
  • Autodesk Inventor – English
  • Autodesk Plant 3D – English
  • Autodesk Civil 3D – English
  • Autodesk AutoCAD OEM – English

HOW DOES IT WORK?

This script runs on your users machines using the Configuration Item process of SCCM 2012. The script is a VBScript so can also be run using .vbs files (using login scripts or Group Policy). This then creates a new WMI class called cm_AutoDesk and will inject the following information into this WMI class:

  • Key Name (registry location of serial)
  • Product Name
  • Release Version
  • Serial Number
  • Standalone Network Type

Once this information is in the users machines WMI, SCCM 2012 can then be configured to collect this information using the Hardware Inventory function.

Full instructions on how to set this up in full can be found below using our step by step guide.

DOWNLOAD

The updated script can be downloaded from the link below:

Download Autodesk Serial Collector Script

INSTRUCTIONS

Full our full step by step guide on setting this up using SCCM 2012, please click the link below:

Step by Step Guide to Report AutoCAD Serial Numbers

The file that you will download on this page is just the script that is used for the Configuration Item and this can be used to replace your current (or you can add as a new) CI in SCCM.

If you have any problems with this, please feel free to leave a comment.

DWG Trueview 2015 – Unattended Command Line Installation

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To install Autodesk DWG Trueview 2015 as a unattended silent install, which you can also use in SCCM to add the application to the software catalog and also in WDS as an application install, you should first download the installation files that you require from the link below:

Download

DWG TrueView 2015 Download Link

Instructions

Once you have downloaded the executable file, you should extract the installation files from it. Then use the command line below from the root of the extracted setup files:

 setup.exe /w /t /l /q setup.ini

You can then also use the command line below for the uninstall string (change x86 for x64 where appropriate):

 msiexec /x "x86/dwgviewr/dwgviewr.msi" /q /norestart

You can then also use the MSI file located here for the detection method (change x86 for x64 where appropriate):

 x86/dwgviewr/dwgviewr.msi

A little tip as well is that the full version of Microsoft Dot Net 4 Framework is required for this install, if you do not have it installed, create this as an application as well and add it as a Dependency and it will install it for you as part of this installation. I’ve added another post on how to add Microsoft Dot Net Framework as an application in SCCM here.

Comments

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Autodesk Serial Number Reporting – v3 Release Code

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Autodesk 2020 Serial Number Collection Now Available!

This post has now been superseded by our Autodesk 2020 MOF file download. Click the button below to go to this latest version.


After the success of our Autodesk serial collection and reporting blog post nearly a year ago now, we have had many requests to update the scripts to include the latest versions of Autodesk products and also include a wider range of Autodesk products like Revit.

If you are new to this, it would be worth taking a look at the original blog post which gives you a step by step guide on how to set this up:

Step by step guide to reporting Autodesk serial numbers

I am now very pleased to announce the release of version 3.0 of the Configuration Item (CI) code and a new report.

We have updated the CI collection script to cover the following:

  • AutoCAD up to 2015
  • AutoCAD LT up to 2015
  • 3ds Max up to 2015
  • AutoCAD Architecture up to 2015
  • AutoCAD Civil 3D up to 2015
  • AutoCAD Electrical up to 2015
  • AutoCAD Map 3D up to 2015
  • AutoCAD Mechanical up to 2015
  • AutoCAD Plant 3D up to 2015
  • Inventor up to 2015
  • Revit up to 2015

The new report is now a little more streamlined and will not report NULL values. Also it will tell you if the installation is a Standalone or Network version (boxed or subscription).

You can download the updated codes from our site using the links below:

Autodesk Configuration Item Script v3.1

Autodesk Custom Report v3.1

If you have any problems with this, please feel free to post a comment and I’ll help when I can.

We provide all our work for free so your feedback is always welcome.