We created a model (created in a file geodatabase) using Model Builder on a trial version of ArcGIS 10.1 (build 3035, License: Advanced). We are trying to now run it on a registered (build 3134, ArcMap 10.1, ArcGIS 10.1 for Desktop SP1, License: Basic, ) version of ArcGIS 10.1 on another computer, but when we try to open it by right-clicking and selecting edit on the model it displays only the outlines of the tool-shapes within the model. We can't open the different modules of the model or anything to be edited. All the model does is calculate fields, so I was not expecting the basic license to be an issue. The same issue occurs when creating a model with the Basic registered version and trying to open it on the trial version, which leads me to think that this is an issue of transferring between computers, rather than a license-related issue. I changed the permissions on the .gdb folder to "full control" for everyone on the network to rule out permissions as an issue. The datasets in the model itself can be opened, but the actual tools (such as "Field calculate") are cannot be accessed. Could it be that the model is trying to reference, for example, the "field calculate" tool on the host computer with the wrong path??
Any ideas what the issue is?
Any help would be greatly appreciated!