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A shareable Revolve project is located on a Network drive that the users only have Read-Only Access. How can the default directory for Revolve Enterprise Edition Named Sets be overridden so that they can be placed in a directory the users have write access to?
Named sets are project-level objects, so users have to have write access to the project in order to create them. If the users need to save sets to another directory, then the users can use the "Backup to file..." icon in the set viewer. This will save the set to (and reload it from) wherever they like. The only difference is that the set name won't be registered with the "Named sets" facility.