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    "too many missing elements, cannot open file" after upgrading to revit 2017.1.1

    a week ago or two our office upgraded to Revit 2017.1.1 and since then two different teams (different models) have gotten the message that there are too many missing elements and the file is corrupt and cannot be opened. it seems as though this didnt start happening until we upgraded to Revit 2017.1.1.
    Has anyone else run into this issue?

    #2
    Is everyone on the same build? This is a corrupt central file and has to be replaced with the latest local file, then all new locals created from that. But if it keeps happening there is someone either on the wrong build or saving over a network that is going in and out.
    Scott D. Brown, AIA | Senior Project Manager | Beck Group

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      #3
      everyone is on the same build. when you say "saving over a network that is going in and out" are you thinking that it could be a band Server?

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        #4
        I'm thinking the network connection is unstable. So during a save the network connection is lost temporarily or something like that?
        Scott D. Brown, AIA | Senior Project Manager | Beck Group

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          #5
          how would you suggest I proceed? should I contact our IT Department and see if they can track down the issue?

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            #6
            I have the same issue but no network, just a standalone license. I also have never had this issue until R2017

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              #7
              sounds like it needs to be an autodesk support request. Not the network issue I thought. You will need your journal files, you can do a google search to find out where they are.
              Scott D. Brown, AIA | Senior Project Manager | Beck Group

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