Got Vault on a 4K?

15 February 2019All, Services & Support



So, currently Autodesk Vault is not supported for use on a 4K monitor. What!?  Are you serious?

I just found this out yesterday and shook my head in disbelief.  I had a client call me to let me know that they had just unboxed a new 4K monitor, and that Inventor looked great, AutoCAD too, but that Vault was rendered unreadable.

I quickly scurried and did a little digging.  Yep, it’s true . . . Autodesk is aware of the issue and the resolve is under future consideration via the Autodesk Vault Idea Station.  In the meantime, there is a workaround that seems to work pretty well.

On your 4K monitor, right-click on the Vault shortcut icon and select the compatibility tab.  Then select the Change high DPI settings button.

vault blog
DPI Settings

On the next screen, select the checkbox under the High DPI scaling override. In the dropdown list, select System (Enhanced).

Vault blog 1
High DPI Scaling

Click OK, then Apply and OK.  You should now be able to see and to use Vault on your 4K monitor.



New call-to-action

System Requirements for Bluebeam Revu 21

15 January 2024All, BluebeamRick Kremer

following are minimum and recommended requirements when using Bluebeam Revu with office documents and construction project documents

System Requirements for Autodesk Revit 2024

10 April 2023All, Architecture and Engineering, autodesk, Digital Transformation, MEP, RevitEric Daniel

List of system requirements for using Autodesk Revit 2024 and Revit LT 2024, entry level and performance level, plus Citrix,…

Important Bluebeam Announcement

4 April 2023All, Bluebeam, IT Services, Services & SupportDiana Ramirez

Bluebeam has announced the updated End of Life (EOL) date for Bluebeam Revu 2019 and older versions will now be…