Arkio can be deployed to multiple workstations and Virtual Machines using a silent Arkio installer we prepared for this purpose. You can request this deployment installer by sending us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Using deployment software like PDQdeploy the Arkio deployment msi installer can be run with several configurations. A default quiet installation can be achieved with:
msiexec.exe /i \\cd-pdqdeploy\c$\YOURPATH\Arkio_vXXX.msi /quiet
Optional features can be added independently by command line and filling "Yes" or "No"
If no optional features are filled all the plugins will be installed by default
/qn INSTALL_REVIT="Yes" INSTALL_RHINO="Yes" INSTALL_SKETCHUP="No"
Predefined configurations of Arkio can be used to preset runtime details for Arkio like the license
You can download and edit a simple Arkio.config file where you can add your Arkio floating license details
The Revit plugin can be found under Add-Ins>Arkio for Revit 2018-2022.
The Rhino plugin can be found by showing the Arkio toolbar in Rhino 6-7
The SketchUp plugin can be found in the toolbar by Right-click and adding the Arkio tab
Testing the installation
You can confirm that Arkio is installed and working correctly by the following steps
-Run Arkio, and place an imported OBJ model or image using Documents/Arkio/Import folder.
-Run the Arkio Revit plugin, export a sample model, see a model appear in Documents/Arkio/Import/Revit. Place it in Arkio from the Arkio>Create>Import drawer.
-Create something in Arkio export it to Revit find the file at Documents/Arkio/Export/Revit and import this model to Revit from the plugin