I have downloaded and install ansys 18.1 student version and when I opened ansys workbench the analysis systems was missing from the toolbox.i have also checked the toolbox customization but analysis systems is not there.
Missing Analysis Systems from toolbox
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Did this computer have any previous versions of ANSYS installed? If so, previous versions have to be uninstalled and all traces removed. Here is a guide.
I recommend you uninstall 18.1 and download and install 18.2 which is the currently available Student version.
Sometimes after installation Workbench may requires to be opened a second time before you see the systems appear and as Peter said make sure that you have no remaining files from other ANSYS versions on your Computer. Cheers
Also see this post for another potential solution
I just installed Ansys 19.1 student version and I have the exact same problem. I've tried opening the workbench a couple of times and restarting the computer. I've also tried 'reset windows layout' and 'view all/ customize'. The analysis systems remains missing.
Does anyone have a suggestion? Thanks in advance
Try this, open up Windows Explorer and paste the following into the address bar
Once on this page, rename the v191 folder to anything else (such as v191.old)
If that doesn't help, check this
open up CMD Prompt, then issue the following command (this is for default installation path, if you've installed it in a non-default path, you have to change the path accordingly)
"C:\Program Files\ANSYS Inc\ANSYS Student\Shared Files\Licensing\winx64\ansysli_util" -checkout aa_t_i
If your licensing is fine, you should see the output like
"..... INFO Demo license file C:\Program Files\ANSYS Inc\ANSYS Student\Shared Files\Licensing\student.lic exists.
aa_t_i OUT ....."
Thank you for suggestion of changing the name of the folder v191. It really worked.
I was trying to find solution the problem like here of missing analysis system toolbox. Finally it worked today.
Thank you all for your help.
Sounds good. Thank you for the update. Glad it works for you.
Thanks for the information and trying those steps to rule out licensing issue.
Please create a new thread on this and we can work on your issue on there (please reference this thread).
Please post the output of the
command in the CMD Prompt
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