Set License Level (RUNASLEVEL)

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Each week I will be posting article on my blog to keep you up to date with important and relevant technical information that I feel needs to be highlighted and reviewed.

Most of these points have come up during the support service sessions that I have with clients.

My goal in highlighting them here is that it will give you a quick way to refresh key points of your CAD software and help you make the most out of your Cad systems.

This week we cover the SETLICENSELEVEL (RUNASLEVEL) command:

If you’ve recently downloaded a 30-day BricsCAD trial, then it will run as BricsCAD Ultimate, providing you with access to all BricsCAD features.  If you are considering a lower BricsCAD level, and want to confirm its features, simply run SETLICENSELEVEL (use RUNASLEVEL on V20 and earlier) from the command line and follow the prompts.

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 Alternatively, you can go into SETTINGS and change the setting for RUNASLEVEL from there. 

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 When you change levels, you will need to re-start BricsCAD to commit the change. When you next start BricsCAD, you can confirm the level you are running at by checking the Title bar. 

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Further help:

CAD Concepts is a CAD management and consultancy business owned and operated by me, Jason Bourhill.   I have extensive experience using CAD software and over 30 years’ experience working as a Mechanical Engineer, CAD Draughtsman and Project Manager.   

 My area of expertise includes: 

- Reviewing, assessing, and providing advice and support on your current CAD office software and hardware requirements

- Providing advice and support on folder structures, file conventions, block and part library structures, template creation and general file management 

- Running and creating CAD training courses 

I am also extending my support service offering from my office here in New Zealand to include a range of ongoing support contracts so that I can better assist you and your team to maximise and utilise all of the available tools of the Cad system. 

Please reach out to me https://www.cadconcepts.co.nz/support/ and let me know how I can assist you and your team.

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