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Autodesk SketchBook for Enterprise FAQ

This FAQ will try to answer the questions you have about Autodesk SketchBook for Enterprise.


What subscription terms do you offer and how much is Autodesk SketchBook for Enterprise?

We offer monthly, 1 year, 2 year, and 3 year subscription terms. For the latest price in your local currency, visit https://www.autodesk.ca/en/store.


My company uses P.O.s to purchase software. Is this an option?

Yes. If you contact a re-seller or channel partner, they can help you with your order.


We have a large team. They work on an assortment of platforms. Will our subscription cover this?

Yes. New subscribers get Autodesk SketchBook for Enterprise on Windows, Windows 10, Mac, iOS, and Android. As long as your machine or device meets the minimum system requirements, your co-workers can run Autodesk SketchBook for Enterprise on multiple machines and devices.

TIP  For network installation information, see Planning, Installing, and Configuring Network Licenses and Creating a Network Deployment.


What’s the difference between Autodesk SketchBook for Enterprise and Autodesk SketchBook?

If you want SketchBook for yourself, the non-enterprise version of SketchBook is for you. If you are looking for an enterprise solution, Autodesk SketchBook for Enterprise is for you. It offers:

  • Network deployment – You can plan, install, configure, and deploy network licenses for teams. For companies who want multiple seats of Autodesk SketchBook for Enterprise and have an IT department, this dramatically reduces installation time and resources.
  • Administrative team licensing – This enables you to assign and control licenses for specific users. If someone from the team leaves, the license stays with the company and can be reassigned to a new user.
  • Purchase Order payment option – If you contact a re-seller or channel partner, they can help you set up your order.

How do I get Autodesk SketchBook for Enterprise?

You can purchase Autodesk SketchBook for Enterprise directly from the Autodesk estore or contact a re-seller or channel partner, if you’d like to use a P.O. (purchase order) as your method of payment.


What if I want to try Autodesk SketchBook for Enterprise before buying it? Is there a trial version of Autodesk SketchBook for Enterprise?

Yes. See Starting the Autodesk SketchBook for Enterprise trial for instructions.


Is there more than one trial?

Yes. You can try Autodesk SketchBook for Enterprise for 30 days. There is also the mobile trial, where you can try SketchBook for 7 days on iOS, Android, and Windows 10.


What happens when my trial(s) expires?

At the end of the Autodesk SketchBook for Enterprise trial on desktop, you will see this:

Trial has expired image in Autodesk SketchBook

For SketchBook on mobile, when your trial expires, you will need to sign in using your Autodesk account to continue.


If I’m an existing Enterprise customer, what do I have and what do I get?

You have Autodesk SketchBook for Enterprise and are paying for upgrades for a set term. At the end of that term, you can move to the “new” enterprise customer experience.


If I’m a new Enterprise customer, what do I have and what do I get?

You get Autodesk SketchBook for Enterprise on your desktop/laptop machines. You also get SketchBook on your mobile devices (iOS and Android), plus Windows 10. If you want another animation solution (besides FlipBook in Autodesk SketchBook for Enterprise) and are on iOS, you also get the full version of SketchBook Motion.


How do I add more people onto our license?

To activate a trial license, borrow a license, or change the license type, see To Activate, Borrow, Renew, or Switch a License. To get additional licenses, if you purchased Autodesk SketchBook for Enterprise through a re-seller or channel partner, contact them. If you purchased Autodesk SketchBook for Enterprise through the Autodesk estore, see Generate a License File.


How do I renew?

To renew a license, see To Activate, Borrow, Renew, or Switch a License.

Updated on April 30, 2018

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