Due to the extensive range of options offered by Autodesk, the way this service works is complex. The example below is used to explain how it works:
|Purchased in the past (with a maintenance plan!)||Just purchased|
|When||When the 2012 version was the latest version.||The 2017 version is now the latest version.|
|Number of licences that form part of a maintenance plan||10||15|
|Program||Revit 2012||Revit 2017|
|Earlier versions to which you are entitled||2016, 2015, 2014|
In the example above, you have the option to use Revit 2017, 2016, 2015 or 2014 with 15 seats and Revit 2013 or 2012 with 10 seats.
Note: In the above case you may never exceed the total number of licences (in this example 25) that have been purchased.