Inventor Desktop Content default location is in C:\ProgramData\Autodesk\Inventor <version>\Content Center\Libraries or C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Autodesk\Inventor <version>\Content Center\Libraries folder. You can changed this default location via Application Options--> Content Center tab. See figure 1.
In the project dialog, click [Configure Content Center Libraries] button. The legacy customized Content Center libraries are listed in the Configure Libraries dialog box. Note that the "In Use" column is selected. Click [Update Tool] to migrate. See Figure 2.
A library analysis is performed and results of the analysis are displayed. If any problems are found, you must solve them to continue. If no problems are found, the Backup options are displayed. Specify a folder to create a backup and click Next. See Figure 5.
Tip (Cross References between Libraries): If there is a cross reference, and you have a user library (UL1) that includes source families for families in user library UL2, and UL2 includes source families for families in user library UL1, you must attach both libraries and run the update tool step by step for UL1 and UL2.
Fix all sick families in the updated library (libraries). Sick families are marked with an icon in the Place from Content Center and Content Center Editor dialog boxes. They can be used in Content Center, but sick family members may cause unexpected problems.
The migration of the customized CC library is done in two steps. The first step is to migrate the Autodesk Data Management Server (ADMS). The second step is to update the customized CC library to the new version of Inventor and refresh the legacy assemblies.
Step 4: Copy legacy customized CC libraries to new Inventor partition on the ADMS Console After a legacy customized CC library is migrated to new version of ADMS (during the installation or manually), You must copy legacy customized CC libraries partition into new version partition to use them with Autodesk Inventor new version. See following steps: