Use the Revit Server Administrator to create, delete, rename, and move folders and central models on Revit Server Hosts, or to move a model from one Host to another. You can also use the Revit Server Administrator to lock models for administrative activities.
The left pane of the Revit Server Administrator provides an editable tree control, the top level of which displays all Revit Server instances listed in the RSN.ini file on the Revit Server instance where the Revit Server Administrator is running. The right pane displays detailed information about the selected Host and identifies which other roles may be enabled for it. In the tree control, note the red X next to the third server indicating that it is currently down.
When you select a model in the tree control, the right pane displays a history of the edits that have been submitted including any comments entered by team members, as shown below. Use the date filter to display items between specified dates.
To lock/unlock a Revit Server Host, or any of its folders or individual models, select it in the tree control, and click in the toolbar at the top of the dialog. You can also use the command-line utility counterpart of this tool (see ).
Use the Delete , Cut , Copy , and Paste tools located above the tree control as needed to modify the hierarchy of folders and models for a Revit Server Host, or to move a model from one Host to another (moving folders among Hosts is currently not supported). Changes that you make are reflected in the file structure that is navigated using the Revit Open and Save dialogs.
A temporary "Copying to..." message displays immediately below the name of the model in its original location in the tree control, and a "Copying from..." message displays below the model name in its destination location.