Autodesk 2016 Product Keys

Product keys are required for installation of Autodesk products and are used to differentiate products that are both sold independently and as part of a product suite. With newest release of Autodesk 2016 products, we bring you a new list of products keys.

Note: Please ensure you are using the correct product key for the Autodesk product and version you are installing. Entering an incorrect product key will result in activation errors for that product. Read more of this post

How will you buy Autodesk software next year?

Autodesk is gradually transitioning new software purchases for their products to subscription options only. In the first phase of this transition, new seats of most standalone perpetual software products like AutoCAD will generally be available only as a Desktop Subscription beginning February 1, 2016. Therefore, this change will affect only those customers who already own perpetual licenses of standalone desktop software; it does not affect customers using Autodesk product suites or those already on a desktop subscription plan.

Throughout this transition period, Autodesk and Microsol Resources will work with customers to make this transition as smooth as possible, and will provide as much advance notice as possible so that customers can anticipate and plan for these changes.

This FAQ has been prepared to address any questions about this transition.

To find out more about the right Autodesk software product — perpetual licenses or desktop subscription — for your organization and project, please contact us at info@microsolresources.com.

Autodesk Server Security Upgrade: Impacts on Autodesk Desktop Subscription Products and Autodesk Licensing Hotfix – POODLE SSL v3

On March 31, 2015, Autodesk will be performing an upgrade to their security protocol that will enhance the ability to provide secure access to Autodesk Desktop Subscription products. The upgrade is in response to published information describing the POODLE vulnerability in SSL 3.0, a communication protocol designed to provide security over computer networks. This industry-wide vulnerability is affecting the SSL 3.0 protocol itself and is not specific to Autodesk products

What is happening?

All Autodesk Desktop Subscription 2014 and 2015 products implement SSL 3.0 and are affected by the POODLE vulnerability. Poodle SSLv3 vulnerability is registered in the Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures systems as CVE-2014-366. Therefore, on March 31, 2015, Autodesk will disable SSL 3.0 on our Desktop Subscription authentication servers.

What do you need to do? Read more of this post

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