Summary: How do I retrieve an "AS STORED" revision iteration from Intralink history files
I finally figured it out, with some help! Banging my head on the wall enough times, so I have written the steps that worked for me below:
Steps to retrieve an older revision of a drawing with all of it's "AS Stored" dependencies" (This is what worked for me using the applications listed in my original post below)
You must have an empty workspace to add the files to!!!! You do not have to Check these out!!!!
Select the drawing you want to retrieve an old revision of Select History drop down menu Select Iteration Select the Iteration you want to retrieve Select information on this iteration Under "ACTIONS" (Drop down) Select "Add to Workspace" Change configuration to "AS STORED" Select "OK" in the Stored Configuration Specification window (do not check the box) Under dependencies: For Dependents, Select "ALL" For Drawings Select: "ALL" For Family Table Select: "ALL" For Generics Select: "ALL"
Viola: I have my old revision iteration and now I can print as a pdf file This was a lot of work just to recreate a lost pdf file, one thing to keep in mind is if you have family tables in your model you need to check "ALL" for Family Table and Generics. I would do it any way in case you are not familiar with the assembly or part you are trying to retrieve.
A big thanks goes out to Jered, Mike and Ben for taking the time to help, I am most grateful for your suggestions!
See my original question to the proecad list below!
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