This article provides details of the Autodesk applications that are currently licensed at the University.
The Autodesk suite is available to use via AppsAnywhere for University-owned and personal Windows devices. This software is deployed with a licence and therefore does not require activation.
The University is also subscribed to the Autodesk Education Licensing program, which entitles students to download individual copies of Autodesk applications onto their personal devices directly via the Autodesk Student Education site (https://www.autodesk.com/education/students).
The University also hosts a multi-user network license for a number of the common Autodesk applications listed below:
Older versions of these products will be retiring as their licenses expire (see below for expiration dates).
|Full Product Name||Licence Expiration Date|
|3DS Max 2019||29/06/2022|
|3DS Max 2020||06/07/2022|
|3DS Max 2021||05/08/2022|
|3DS Max 2022||31/08/2023|
|Inventor Pro 2019||29/06/2022|
|Inventor Pro 2020||08/07/2022|
|Inventor Pro 2021||07/08/2022|
|Inventor Pro 2022||31/08/2023|
|Robot Structural Analysis Pro 2019||06/07/2022|
|Robot Structural Analysis Pro 2020||29/06/2022|
|Robot Structural Analysis Pro 2021||29/07/2022|
|Robot Structural Analysis Pro 2022||31/08/2023|
If you have any queries regarding these expiration dates, or if this may impact any existing teaching or research, please raise this via https://it.leeds.ac.uk/it.