By Barb Nash
As a result of the Autodesk Vault Collaboration and Autodesk Vault Collaboration AEC products being discontinued for 2014 and future releases, the content from the Autodesk Vault Workgroup and Collaboration 2013 Essentials training guide was reviewed. Functionality that is considered Autodesk Vault Professional functionality in 2014 has been moved to the Autodesk Vault Professional 2014 Essentials training guide. The course offerings for the 2014 Autodesk Vault product line are detailed below. The chapters shown in red have changed in 2014 as a result of the product line change.
1. Autodesk Vault Basic 2014 Essentials
This training guide is intended for users and administrators who need to manage design files with the Autodesk® Vault Basic software. It also includes instructions on administration tasks, such as managing users, and creating, backing up and restoring vaults.
Chapter 1 – Introduction to Autodesk Vault
Chapter 2 – Basic Vault Tasks
Chapter 3 – Working with Vault and Autodesk Inventor
Chapter 4 – Working with Vault and AutoCAD
Chapter 5 – Working with Vault and AutoCAD Electrical
Chapter 6 – Working with Vault and AutoCAD Mechanical
Chapter 7 – Working with Vault and AutoCAD Civil 3D
Chapter 8 – Common Vault Tasks
Chapter 9 – Organizing and Populating a Vault
Chapter 10 – Managing Vault
Appendix A – Vault Basic Integrations
Appendix B – Additional Resources
2. Autodesk Vault Workgroup 2014 Essentials
This training guide is intended for users and administrators with Autodesk Vault Basic knowledge desiring to expand their skills to accommodate additional engineering workflows and data organization. This training guide focuses on the features of the Autodesk Vault Workgroup software. The chapter shown below in red was renamed in the 2014 training guide to reflect the content is now covers.
Chapter 1 – Introduction to Autodesk Vault Workgroup
Chapter 2 – Lifecycle States in Autodesk Vault Workgroup
Chapter 3 – Revision Management in Autodesk Vault Workgroup
Chapter 4 – Categories in Autodesk Vault Workgroup
Chapter 5 – Managing Properties
Chapter 6 – Automatic File Naming in Autodesk Vault Workgroup
Chapter 7 – Creating Reports
Chapter 8 – Autodesk Inventor In-CAD Data Management
Chapter 9 – Administering Job Server, Vault Revision Tables and Backups
3. Autodesk Vault Professional 2014 Essentials
This training guide focuses on the features of the Autodesk Vault Professional software, such as Bill of Material (BOM) management and Engineering Change Management. This training guide also provides you with an overview of using the Autodesk Vault Professional software with the AutoCAD® Civil 3D® software and Autodesk® Revit® software. The chapters shown below in red are new to this training guide in 2014.
Chapter 1 – Introduction to Autodesk Vault Professional
Chapter 2 – Working with Items
Chapter 3 – Managing Change
Chapter 4 – Working with Bills of Material
Chapter 5 – Administering Autodesk Vault Professional
Chapter 6 – Reporting
Chapter 7 – Working with AutoCAD Civil 3D
Chapter 8 – Working with Autodesk Revit
Chapter 9 – Web Client
Chapter 10 – Working with Active Directory and Project Sync
Appendix A – Additional Resources
NOTE: Revision 1.0 of this manual did not contain Chapter 10.
4. Autodesk Vault 2014 Data Management for Inventor Users
This training guide is intended for Autodesk Inventor users who need to access their design files from the Autodesk Vault software. It provides an introduction to the Autodesk Vault software and focuses on the Autodesk Vault’s features for managing files and projects with the Autodesk Inventor software from a user’s perspective.
Chapter 1 – Introduction to Autodesk Vault
Chapter 2 – Orientation to Autodesk Vault
Chapter 3 – Orientation to Autodesk Inventor Vault Integration
Chapter 4 – Searching the Vault
Chapter 5 – Working with Non-CAD Files
Chapter 6 – Working with Autodesk Inventor CAD Files
Chapter 7 – Customizing the User Interface
Chapter 8 – File and Design Management
5. Autodesk Vault Custom Courseware
This courseware option is for clients who want to train their users using customized training materials to suit their company’s environment, lifecycle processes, best practices, etc. For more on this offering, please see the 5 Step Process to Developing Custom PLM Courseware.
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