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Initial or update installation steps may vary dependent on the product version and/or operating system. We are available to support you through the installation process.
Installing a new version:
If you do have a Network License, you will need to use the License Manager to manage the licenses (latest version available on the Technical Support Portal). Download, install and configure the License Manager in 32 or 64-bit. A user guide is available in the installation process.
Automation Studio™ Installation Guide
This guide provides information to help you install your software. Download.
Automation Studio™ License Manager Installation Guide
This guide provides information to help you install and configure the Network License. Download.
Take full advantage of Automation Studio™ capabilities by downloading the latest service releases. Adjust your software's settings to receive a notification when a new update is available. Users under the Annual Maintenance & Technical Support Plan will automatically receive the service releases notifications via email.
Installing a Service Release:
Before downloading the latest Automation Studio™ release 7.0, you should ensure that your computer meets the following minimum requirements:
Registering your license grants you access to technical support, and will keep you informed about new versions, upgrades and service releases. Product registration will also help you in case your Automation Studio™ dongle is lost or stolen.
Whether you are an Automation Studio™ new user or you are simply looking to refresh your knowledge on the software, these Quick Start Guides are what you need. Discover, for each technology, what the basic manipulations are, how to build and simulate a circuit, how to change the technical properties of components and how to link controls to your circuit.
(IEC: European Standard — JIC, NEMA: North American Standard)