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Windchill Issue: "Register New Server" Every Time I launch Creo

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Windchill Issue: "Register New Server" Every Time I launch Creo

Hello,
I am running Creo 5.0.4.0 and Windchill 11.1 on Windows 8, 64 bit.


Every time I close my Creo browser, my server settings are lost. When I launch Creo again, I have to register my company's Windchill server in order to access Cabinets/Commonspace and my Workspaces. I have to do this every time I launch Creo.


I have tried changing my Windchill "browser" to Chromium and IE, and forcing IE9. None of these options work. Additionally, I have added the "dm_remember_server yes" to my config.pro file.


Any help or suggestions would be appreciated. Will opening a ticket with PTC be my best bet?
Thanks.

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Re: Windchill Issue: "Register New Server" Every Time I launch Creo

I was able to resolve the issue though opening a case with PTC.

 

Turns out, optimization studies only work if your simulation "output file location" is your working directory. I use a separate folder on my hard drive specifically for FEA. Seems that optimization studies don't like that.

 

I changed the output file to match my working directory and it worked. Thank you for helping me with this!

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Re: Windchill Issue: "Register New Server" Every Time I launch Creo

Was PTC support able to fix your problem?

Re: Windchill Issue: "Register New Server" Every Time I launch Creo

I was able to resolve the issue though opening a case with PTC.

 

Turns out, optimization studies only work if your simulation "output file location" is your working directory. I use a separate folder on my hard drive specifically for FEA. Seems that optimization studies don't like that.

 

I changed the output file to match my working directory and it worked. Thank you for helping me with this!

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