|My Craftsman style coffee table. It's been in Vault for years.|
Just the ability to go back and retrieve a previous version can be a lifesaver when a mistake is made (not that we ever do that!), or when a design changes, and it's important to retrieve a previous iteration.
But no matter how you slice it, properly installing, configuring, and using Vault effectively takes time, and planning.
And even thought "a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step", the fast paced world of design can sometimes keep us dancing and we never take that all important first step.
In light of that reality, my colleagues at KETIV decided to "give you a lift", if you forgive me continuing the pun, and introduced a "Do it Yourself" kit for getting started with Vault.
Based on Vault Basic 2015, the DIY kit includes everything you need to get started with Autodesk Vault.
It includes videos to help you understand the components that form the framework of Vault, as well as describe the installation and basic functions of Vault.
It even gives you access to a Vault backup including sample data and preconfigured users and roles to get you started on the journey.
|A screen capture from the Autodesk "Vault DIY Kit".|
So if your interested in starting your journey, but weren't quite sure if you were ready to take that first step, here's the link to to the KETIV DIY Vault kit to get you started.
Maybe the thousand mile journey starts with a single step, but nobody said that the first step couldn't be into a classy ride with air conditioning, a comfortable ride, and a sweet sound system!