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In Workbench, right mouse click on the Geometry tab and Edit in DesignModeler.
In DesignModeler, you will see two solids listed at the bottom of the outline window on the left.
Select both solids and right mouse click to Form New Part. This has enabled Shared Topology.
Open the Model or Mesh depending on which analysis system you are using.
Generate Mesh and you should see shared nodes on the boundary.
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