Yes! Some things are a little better now when it comes to cascading, however, we still don't know the full story on some things.
Of course we have the link to the cascading sequence and feature codes here for you:
- 2013: Cascading Sequences for Autodesk Products
- 2013: FLEXnet® feature codes for Autodesk products http://usa.autodesk.com/getdoc/id=TS18708301
As alluded to earlier, there are still some unknowns, like the new Revit OneBox. Just exactly how does it cascade/obtain a license, what order, can we default it to a particular license, etc.
And don't forget to upgrade your flexlm to the new 11.10 (not much of a change and the interface is the same).
- Autodesk IPv4 Network License Manager for Windows http://usa.autodesk.com/getdoc/id=DL16273699
- Autodesk IPv6 Network License Manager for Windows http://usa.autodesk.com/getdoc/id=DL10976858
NOTE: The ipv6 version has some limitations, please see the notes at the link and check the readme for the details. It also has a special install method.
Also for a little more information check out my earlier blog: http://blogs.rand.com/support/2012/04/the-2013-network-license-manager-has-arrived.html
Stay tuned for more later on the cascade sequences and keep your eyes on those links, they changed the order several times with the 2012 release.