Find where you downloaded the zip file and unzip it.
When unzipped, there will be a BIN folder; browse into the BIN folder then the Debug sub-folder.
Run the tool by double-clicking on the exe file.
In the window that opens, pick your version of Revit (or go with all if you like).
The data grid will update to display all of the machine wide and the logged in user specific add-ins installed. You can pick and choose, invert, select all, then simply click on the “Enable/Disable” button to either enable or disable the selected add-ins.
Once you’ve made your choices, start Revit in the normal manner. Simple and easy.
It was a conflict with a content management add-in called Avail (version 126.96.36.199), we’ve had a problem with this Add-in conflicting with Dynamo in the past.
I’ve manually disabled my user-land plugins but didn’t expect a conflict with system ones. Once IT gave the access needed to work with those it was simple. I’ll submit a dump with just the RiR and avail plug in through the link you’ve provided me previously - hopefully it helps in figuring out what that are doing that RiR doesn’t like.
Yesterday we released a new Rhino 7 WIP that may avoid this conflict. Please update your Rhino 7 to the latest and see if you can run all the plugins. Look forward to hearing if it fixes this JSON conflict.
Was there ever resolution found for this conflict between RiR and Avail (188.8.131.52)? I’m running the latest WIP and RiR that are available at 8am Dec. 30. Avail has not responded to a service email on the subject and I would prefer to run both add-ins, but would uninstall Avail if needed to run RiR. Thanks in advance for any news.
Good news! I was able to install the latest WIP and RiR onto one of our test pcs that is running Revit 2020.2 and everything is running correctly. I’ll be deploying Revit 2020.2 in the next two weeks so this is good to see.
Where I had run into the problem was on a test VM running Revit 2019.2. RiR worked perfectly fine with a clean Revit install but I ran into the -200 error once I installed Avail as the second add-in.
I was also getting the same error
“Rhino license manager initialization failed with error -200. Rhino will not run”
I did have Avail also; however, I just uninstalled the avail Revit addin and I still get teh error. Revit crashes dead when clicking ‘OK’
the RiR downloads and the Rhino WIP were downloaded as of today’s version
The license error happens usually due to a DLL conflict with other Revit addons. Please take a look at the post below. It’d be great if you can isolate the addon that causes the conflict
Hey @eirannejad thanks for the reply. Ironically In a sort of coicidinetal twist, I took all my addins out and added them one by one. Turns out it was pyRevit that was creating the issue! I haven’t solved getting to work together yet, maybe I’m using an older pyRevit.