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Autodesk Boxed Software Availability Ending July 2021

Autodesk will end availability of boxed software (DVDs and USBs) on July 7, 2021. This change will effectively reduce collective carbon footprint and prioritize customer preference of online access to software.

Where to download products and updates

Individual products
  1. Sign in to Autodesk Account at manage.autodesk.com.
  2. Click All Products & Services on the Home page menu.
  3. Click the download icon next to the product name.
Industry collections
  1. Sign in to Autodesk Account at manage.autodesk.com.
  2. Click All Products & Services on the Home page menu.
  3. Click the collection name on the Products & Services page.
  4. Click View all included items to see individual products in the collection.
  5. Download and install each product.
AutoCAD including specialized toolsets
  1. Sign in to Autodesk Account at manage.autodesk.com.
  2. Click All Products & Services on the Home page menu.
  3. Click AutoCAD – including specialized toolsets on the Products & Services page.
  4. Click View all included items to see individual products in the collection.
  5. Download and install each product you wish to use.
Education products: Students & Educators
  • Download education products, including previous versions, from the Education Community site.

See: Download and install education products

Education products: Educational Institutions
  1. Make first-time downloads of education products from the Education Community site.
  2. After that, schools on maintenance plans can obtain updates and previous versions for those products from Autodesk Account.

See: Download and install Education Products

Free trials

www.autodesk.com/free-trials

  1. Download full-featured Autodesk products with short-term trial licenses.
  2. To buy the product, initiate conversion from a trial to a paid license from within the product.

See: Convert a trial to a paid license

Updates

For recent-version products, the Autodesk desktop app provides notifications about updates.

You can also find them in Autodesk Account:

  1. Sign in to Autodesk Account at manage.autodesk.com.
  2. Click Product Updates on the Home page menu.
  3. Find your update in the list and click the Download icon.

See: Update software

Add-ons, hotfixes, and service packs

Find most interim fixes (such as hotfixes, language packs, object enablers, templates and offline help):

  1. Go to https://knowledge.autodesk.com/download.
  2. Under Service Packs & Fixes, click Find a service pack.
  3. Specify Product and Version and click Show Downloads.
Previous versions (subscribers)
  1. Sign in to Autodesk Account at manage.autodesk.com.
  2. Click All Products & Services on the Home page menu.
  3. Click the product name to display additional information, including available previous versions.

See: Request a previous version license

Need help making the transition from boxed to online software? Let us know! Email whyatg@atgusa.com.

For more information on other Autodesk products, please visit our Autodesk Products page.

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