2013: Post Installation Processes for Autodesk Simulation Moldflow Products
Some of these solutions are from the 2012 release as there have been no changes to the procedures.
Un-installing Autodesk Simulation Moldflow 2013 Products
An overview of how to uninstall products for the Autodesk Simulation Moldflow 2013 release.
Activating Autodesk Simulation Moldflow Adviser 2013 Trial
The new release of Autodesk Simulation Moldflow Adviser 2013 allows you to trial the software for 30 days. Once that trial expires, you need to your register serial number and a product key to activate the software.
Activating Autodesk Simulation DFM 2013 Trial
The new product, Autodesk Simulation DFM, allows you to trial the functionality for 30 day. Once that trial expires, the product will need to be activated with a purchased serial number and product key.
Updating Service Packs for Autodesk Simulation Moldflow 2013 Products
Throughout the release cycle, many times a service pack or service packs are released for a variety of reasons. There are a few ways in which this service pack can be accessed, and then installed.
Altering License Server Specification
Should the time come that the license server need to be changed, due to downtime, permanent license transfer, etc., you can alter the server that individual client machines look to for licenses.
Setting up Autodesk Simulation Moldflow 2013 Product Launch Details
The newest version of Autodesk Simulation Moldflow allows for a significant amount of configuration. This is controlled in the options so that when the product launches you have access to what you want rather than the default configurations.
Altering Project and Temporary Directory Settings
Autodesk Simulation Moldflow 2013 products write data to a project and temporary directory for analysis storage and simulation purposes. These can be altered to exist on any directory accessed by your machine, although it's recommended that they exist on the machine being used to run the simulation. They can be altered though, at any time.
Configuring Job Manager for Default Server
A new feature in Autodesk Simulation Moldflow Insight 2013, you can now specify a default job server that jobs are launched to when an analysis is started automatically. This is beneficial for users with large job servers that wish to launch jobs to run on that server automatically.