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GeoCue Group’s repository of articles covering installation, licensing, and updates for the Terrasolid product line.

Move Terrasolid Node Locked Licenses

KBA-01025-K9J6K9 Question How do I move my Terrasolid node locked licenses to a new machine? Answer 1. Download the Terrasolid Software on the new hardware: a. Download the latest version of the software from Terrasolid’s website: https://terrasolid.com/software-downloads/. b. Fill out the form and submit to receive the download link via e-mail. 2. Install the software on…

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Register for an evaluation license for Terrasolid software

GeoCue Group is the North American reseller for the Terrasolid software, covering the US, Canada and Mexico. We provide support and training on the Terrasolid products for LIDAR and image processing workflows. If you would like to try out the Terrasolid software before you buy it, register for an evaluation license by following these steps:…

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The Terrasolid License Changeover Explained

Unlike most software vendors Terrasolid makes progressive releases of their software modules over the course of a calendar year. The calendar year in turn corresponds directly with the maintenance cycle for the products. Hence, once a year all users must renew their maintenance and move on to the current year major release products and licenses…

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Setting Screen Resolution and Scale

Many new laptops come with very high resolution screens, causing text and icons in various software packages to appear very tiny, or badly sized. Changing the screen resolution makes icons or test unreadable or the program difficult to use. Close LP360 or True View EVO. Locate the shortcut you use to launch the program: For…

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Check out/in Terra License on Module Load/Unload

To ensure a product license is checked out before loading a module and checked back in when finished with a module, create load/unload tools in the MicroStation CONNECT ribbon that call a batch file to check out/in the license before/after loading/unloading the module making use of the silent checkout capabilities of the Terra License Manager.…

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TerraSlave and TerraDispatcher

Applies to TerraScan and TerraSlave v020.006 and later. A TerraSlave User Guide is available from Terrasolid. View a short tutorial on using TerraSlave and TerraDispatcher. TerraSlave Windows executable for batch processing TerraScan, TerraPhoto and TerraMatch tasks Alternative method for running processes TerraScan/Photo/Match can run Advantages: Run batch processes without tying up CAD software Run multiple…

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Terrasolid Installation & License FAQs

Terrasolid Installation & License FAQs are some of the frequently asked questions about installing and licensing the Terrasolid products. See also, Terrasolid Product Installation & Setup Guide, Frequently asked questions about Terra License Server and Pool Licenses, or Frequently asked questions about workflows, tools, and product usage.

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Path Not Digitally Signed

When attempting to start any of the Terrasolid MDL applications during a MicroStation session results in a Message Center warning stating, “TScan is not signed”, and the message details state the “[module] could not be loaded because [path to ma] is not digitally signed”. This error message happens when the user is attempting to load…

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Configuring TerraSlave Licenses

KBA-01035-L8G1K9 This note applies to configuring TerraSlave and TerraScan v020.005 and earlier. For configuring TerraSlave in v020.006 and later see Terraslave and TerraDispatcher. Note: TerraSlave license checkout/in is not currently working. Use node-locked license instructions for all configurations. Purpose & Scope Before using TerraSlave it needs to be configured so that it can find the…

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Manually Install TerraSlaveService

The TerraSlaveService is required in order to use a machine as a slave machine for the TerraDispatcher. If the TerraSlaveService does not install as it should using the setup.exe, manually install the service. Open an elevated command prompt by right-clicking on Command Prompt in the Start menu and selecting “Run as Administrator”. Type “sc create…

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