If your CAD format is not JT or AutoCAD, please let us know and we'll work with the vendors to get it protected: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RMSforMFGHere's our interview with SealPath's CEO, Luis Angel del Valle: Dan: Hello Luis. Could you please introduce us to SealPath and your role? Luis: Thank you Dan. SealPath offers diverse solutions centered on RMS for corporate clients who require more configuration flexibility. We have recently created a RMS plugin for AutoCAD which we believe will be very valuable to our shared customers. As far as my role at SealPath, I am the CEO and am deeply involved in the definition of our roadmap and the product development strategy. Dan: Can you tell me more about the RMS plugin for AutoCAD and what is the user experience like? Luis: The new RMS plugin for AutoCAD offers native integration with the AutoCAD suite (currently v2012 to v2016) enabling the control of the permissions assigned to a specific CAD design. An AutoCAD file can be protected by the user using the RMS sharing app . The user can use either templates or using the assignment of granular permissions. Once the plugin is installed, when the file is protected, the file will change from having a .dwg extension to a .pdwg extension. Then, when double clicking on the file the drawing will be opened in AutoCAD and the permissions associated with it will be enforced (e.g. only view, edit, print/plot, copy and paste, etc.). We have placed the emphasis on the user's experience to ensure that it is very easy to manage and access for users.
Figure 1. Protect and open secured drawing
Figure 2. Permissions restricted by the AutoCAD RMS pluginhttp://rmscad.sealpath.com and request it using the contact forms or by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org . As such, we can organise demos or analyze specific requirements regarding AutoCAD protection. Regarding licensing, there is an annual price per user that can protect, edit, print/plot a drawing, but you don´t need a license for view only users. So there you have it, RMS inside of AutoDESK's AutoCAD! Much more to come so, check back with us! Regards, Dan Plastina @TheRMSGuy https://www.linkedin.com/in/danpl
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