Before TBC 5.0+ we had a client ask for DSZ files, we were able to successfully export these requested files out to them after following the Helps menus step by step guide when we had TBC 4.60 installed. That guide is posted below: "Text below is written in the TBC 5.0+ Help Menu" To export field data: 1.Go to Project tab. 2.Select Export.… Show more
Hello, We have been using a network floating license setup on an older license server that needs to be upgraded to new hardware. To migrate this license setup to a new server. is it as simple as downloading the network license utility, connectin that USB key and then having each user run the license administrator on their computer and enter in… Show more
Why does the Trimble Connect Revit Add-In say "Notice: Failed to use hard drive. Please check hard drive accessibility and free space. Process will stop." with certain Revit models?
This issue has happened a lot over the last few months with certain Revit models. I tried different computers to check if the PC was the issue. Something within the Revit models themselves seem to be the issue. There is plenty of hard drive space on all the computers I've tried. If I open a different model on the same computer, the Revit-Connect… Show more
Is there a way for me to export a .dem or any .tif convertible file of my surfaces? My workflow right now on producing such file is exporting my surface into a .dwg and recreate the surface using Autocad-Civil 3D and export it to a .dem from there. Would love to skip this step and directly export it from Trimble Business Center.
Good day, welcome back to another TBC Tip of the Week! In this weeks tip, we will look into how TBC handles the drag and drop importing of files. Do you use it already? Did you know you can often skip the import pane all together? Let’s look into how this works and how to tell that dragging and dropping is the way to go! When a file is imported… Show more
Welcome to the new Trimble Community! You may have heard about us through the grapevine, or perhaps you saw a post on social media, or maybe someone referred you. No matter how you got here, we are happy you’re here! I bet you have some questions, and we have some answers below to help you navigate this new experience and get the most out of it.… Show more