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The license error dialog should show you where to find the license. You will need to scroll down a little bit in the dialog to find it.
This soap exception happens due to some back-end issues. Here's what you need to know and do.
When attempting to activate the IMAGINiT Utilities, you receive the following error. “Utilities licensing error was encountered: The remote server returned an unexpected response: (400) Bad Request”
The -6 wrong version is typically that the license is for a different version of the utilities than the license.
The IMAGINiT development team has implemented a new network license manager for the 2022 and newer Utilities.
The start date in the license hasn't occurred yet, e.g., today you try to check out a license containing start=1-mar-2030.
You need to know if there is a Reprise License Manager Update to Mitigate the “HTTP Header Injection Vulnerability”
To resolve this problem we need to uninstall, download and install the latest Utilities for Revit 2023.
You want to know how to install the IMAGINiT Utilities for Revit and automatically point to the Network license at the same time.
You’ve installed the Reprise License Manager (RLM), but there are no shortcut icons on the desktop to access the program.
The main cause for the issue is related to corrupted elements in the model. Solution is rather simple, but it takes time to identify the corrupt elements.
We have an updated build of our Utilities for Revit 2022 that should resolve this problem.
This can happen due to a conflicting add-on tool in Revit. Here's what you need to know.
Learn about our latest Revit tools, including Schedule from Excel, Space Copy Phase, Create Rooms from DWG, Project/Template Report, and more.
When you run the diagnostic tool (see blog below) and find that it shows in the log file "Wrong Hostid" and it expected one setting but shows "we are" and another setting.
Attempting to use the IMAGINiT Utilities you receive an -18 error in the dialog.
Automate the process for transferring and modifying elements between models when standards change, or when a new template is created.
The Space Copy Phase is relevant to MEP engineers because it lets MEP users set up spaces that match the architect’s model or copy of existing spaces between phases. Now, MEP engineers and other users