I wanted to follow up on my May 26th Communities announcement regarding the release of our ProjectWise InterPlot CONNECT Edition products to support Subscription Entitlement Service (SES) licensing. As we approach the deadline for V8i (pre-SS10) application and SELECTserver support to expire, I encourage you to get current with your ProjectWise InterPlot products, especially InterPlot clients.
All ProjectWise InterPlot products were released at the end of May to utilize SES licensing. The ProjectWise InterPlot Driver Pack and Mid-Volume Driver Pack were re-released in August with support for 4 new drivers. Hewlett-Packard DesignJet T2600 & T1600 drivers are in the Driver Pack and Océ ColorWave 3500 & 3700 drivers are in the Mid-Volume Driver Pack.
Current InterPlot products consist of the following versions:
ProjectWise InterPlot clients support publishing from both V8i SS10 and CONNECT Edition platform applications. Also, InterPlot clients are supported on 64-bit versions of Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server 2016 and Windows Server 2019.
ProjectWise InterPlot server products are supported on 64-bit versions of Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server 2016 and Windows Server 2019. When upgrading, ALL ProjectWise InterPlot products installed on the server must be upgraded at the same time to version 10.00.02.29 or greater due to the SES licensing change.
IMPORTANT: Follow the ProjectWise InterPlot Server Products Registration and SES Activation Wiki when upgrading/installing any of the new ProjectWise InterPlot server products. https://communities.bentley.com/products/projectwise/content_publishing/w/wiki/48707/projectwise-interplot-server-products-registration-and-ses-activation
If you have questions regarding SES licensing, please visit the Licensing and Activation Wiki. If you have general questions about InterPlot, please post it in the Content Publishing Forum. If you have technical issues, please log a Service Ticket.