Revit Collaboration Suite 2017 System Requirements:
AutoCAD System Requirements
- Microsoft® Windows® 10 (desktop OS)
- Microsoft Windows 8.1 with Update KB2919355
- Microsoft Windows 7 SP1
1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor
- For 32-bit AutoCAD 2017 – 2GB (3GB recommended)
- For 64-bit AutoCAD 2017 – 4GB (8GB recommended
1360x768 (1600x1050 or higher recommended) with True Color. 125% Desktop Scaling (120 DPI) or less recommended.
Windows display adapter capable of 1360x768 with True Color capabilities and DirectX® 9. DirectX 11 compliant card recommended.
Installation 6.0 GB
Download and installation from DVD
Windows Internet Explorer® 9.0 (or later)
.NET Framework Version 4.6
ToolClips Media Player:
Adobe Flash Player v10 or up
Additional Requirements for Large Datasets, Point Clouds, and 3D Modeling:
- Deployment via Deployment Wizard.
- The license server and all workstations that will run applications dependent on network licensing must run TCP/IP protocol.
- Either Microsoft® or Novell TCP/IP protocol stacks are acceptable. Primary login on workstations may be Netware or Windows.
- In addition to operating systems supported for the application, the license server will run on the Windows Server® 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server 2008, Windows 2008 R2 Server editions.
- Citrix® XenApp™ 6.5 FP1, Citrix® XenDesktop™ 5.6.
8GB Ram or greater
6 GB free hard disk available, not including installation requirements
1600x1050 or greater True Color video display adapter; 128 MB VRAM or greater; Pixel Shader 3.0 or greater; Direct3D®-capable workstation class graphics card.
Note: 64-bit Operating Systems are recommended if you are working with Large Datasets, Point Clouds and 3D Modeling and required if you are using the Model Documentation feature of AutoCAD.
Revit Software Requirements
- Microsoft® Windows® 7 SP1: Enterprise, Ultimate, Professional, or Home Premium
- Microsoft® Windows® 8.1: Enterprise, Pro, or Windows 8.1
- Microsoft® Windows® 10: Enterprise, or Pro
Single- or Multi-Core Intel® Pentium®, Xeon®, or i-Series processor or AMD® equivalent with SSE2 technology. Highest affordable CPU speed rating recommended.
4 GB RAM
- Usually sufficient for a typical editing session for a single model up to approximately 100 MB on disk. This estimate is based on internal testing and customer reports. Individual models will vary in their use of computer resources and performance characteristics.
- Models created in previous versions of Revit software products may require more available memory for the one-time upgrade process.
- 3GB RAM switch not recommended where applicable. Revit software and system stability can be affected by memory conflicts with video drivers when the 3GB switch is active.
1,280 x 1,024 with true color, DPI Display Setting: 150% or less
- Basic Graphics: Display adapter capable of 24-bit color
- Advanced Graphics: DirectX® 11 capable graphics card with Shader Model 3 as recommended by Autodesk.
5 GB free disk space
Download or installation from DVD9 or USB key
MS-Mouse or 3Dconnexion® compliant device
Microsoft® Internet Explorer® 7.0 (or later)
Internet connection for license registration and prerequisite component download
A360 Browser Requirements
A360 is compatible with most modern desktop browsers that support WebGL. Test your browser for WebGL support here: https://get.webgl.org/. (The Adobe® Flash® Player may also be required to view some items.)
For the best desktop viewing experience, we recommend using the latest versions of these browsers:
Google Chrome™ version 29 or later
Mozilla® Firefox® version 31 or later
Apple® Safari® version 7 or later
Microsoft® Internet Explorer* 11.0.9600 or later can show some design files, but still has limitations. We're working hard to resolve this known issue. Internet Explorer 8, 9, and 10 don't support WebGL, so they can't show either 2D or 3D design files. They can only show nondesign files.
For the best mobile viewing experience, we recommend using the Autodesk A360 mobile app for iOS and Android.
If you're using a browser that does support WebGL, that feature may be disabled. Search the web for how to enable WebGL for your browser.
Sometimes having trouble viewing designs on a device is related to hardware. Browsers disable WebGL for some device display adapters. For more information, see https://www.khronos.org/webgl/wiki/BlacklistsAndWhitelists. Another suggestion is to update your device's display adapter driver. If you still have issues viewing designs, let us know by posting to the A360 General Discussion forum.