Autodesk® Named-User Activity includes:
- Automatic discovery of all licensed Autodesk® usage
- Named-User account details
- License Pools (by expiration date)
- Specific License Type (Single-User Subscription, Flex, Network, Free Trial, Education, etc.)
- Specific Application License (i.e. AutoCAD, Civil3D, Revit, etc)
- Application Version (i.e. 2016, 2019, 2022, etc.)
- Active Time versus Idle Time by user
Our unique agent technology provides invisible tracking of all Autodesk® application usge. Additionally it reveals the total amount of time each application instance was directly engaged by the user and the total amount of time the application
was idle. This important differentiation provides you with further clarity of application usage. Importantly, when a screen saver
is active, our technology will know the active application prior to screen saver activation is idle until the screen saver is exited.
Augmenting your discovery of Autodesk® utilization is our unique ability that records, second-by-second, each window caption/page title of each user-initiated application. The results provide valuable insights revealing the current focus of the users attention as most applications update the window caption in response to the focus of its activity selected by the user.
Assisting your decision making is a unique Autodesk® license utilization visual chart reports that you configure. Each chart can be separately configured to have current details emailed as defined including who to send to and when.
Our always on technology continuously journals all user Autodesk® activity. When a network connection is available, detailed activity journals are automatically uploaded to a server you control. Once uploaded, the journals are processed by a server agent into SQL Server® for reporting.
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Gathering of Autodesk® Named-User and Network License Utilization
An easy to install workstation agent that requires no configuration and no active network connection to fully operate and journal all user initiated activity. Our low-impact design typically does not require white-listing in your endpoint protection system.
Our administrator interface is used to create an MSI for installation of the workstation agent. The resulting agent installation does not appear in the list of installed applications.
The activity journals from each workstation/client will automatically be uploaded to your self-hosted cloud or on-premise server (via IPv4 or Named Pipes). The journal files can also be emailed or manually copied, providing comprehensive methods to ensure your data is always collected and reportable.
The administrator interface does provide the ability to create reporting locations (entities) for each MSI. These entities are utilized to determine the SQL database to be user for activity journals.
This unique functionality enables simple division of records by any determination you create. For instance, geographic, personnel classification, sub-contractors, and so on. The MSI entity configuration can be changed or updated as needed at each workstation. Reporting includes the ability to combine entities to achieve an overall enterprise view.
Windows® 7 and all later versions
Windows® Remote Desktop Services
Citrix® Servers (all versions)
All Virtual Windows®-based Desktops
Work from home
Online with your network
Offline from your network
Small footprint proprietary agent
Built-in MSI creation provides simple installation and removal
Supports all versions of Windows® server including Windows® Core servers
Supports all versions of SQL Server®
Your self-hosted server on-premise or the cloud is utilized to collect and process all user journals into SQL. We believe your data is yours, and, unlike other solutions, we do not receive your activity journals.