On-premise BIMcollab space - Preparation of a Microsoft Windows server
The document in the attachment of this article contains a guide how to properly prepare a Microsoft Windows server, to be used to host your on-premise BIMcollab space. The preparation needs to be completed before the BIMcollab team can install the software on the server.
On-premise BIMcollab space - Delivery procedure
The following describes the steps to be followed in order to allow BIMcollab to deliver an on-premise installation of a BIMcollab space within your organization. Please review all of these steps and ensure that you will be able meet all of the ...
As the first professional issue management tool since 2015, BIMcollab offers 2 solutions, meeting all your project's highest requirements: A private online BIMcollab Cloud, which is hosted on one of our servers in the Netherlands. The On-Premise ...
Set your language of your BIMcollab account
My BIMcollab ID / Join.bimcollab.com On join.bimcollab.com, click on your avatar, and choose 'My account' You are redirected to your My BIMcollab ID page, and can select the language you prefer under 'Preferences' Click 'Save' Private BIMcollab Cloud ...
Use KEY files to activate BIMcollab software with a closed on-premise space
All software in the BIMcollab eco-system, including the BCF Managers and BIMcollab ZOOM, require activation. Normally this is done online and requires the computer to have an internet connection. However when you run a closed on-premise, such an ...
System requirements BIMcollab
Cloud version The BIMcollab web application runs on any modern web browser which supports TLS 1.2 or a later version. The following clients are known to be unable to use TLS 1.2. You cannot use these clients for access to the service. Android 4.3 ...