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Cannot Save Adobe InDesign and InCopy files to netware server.

We have several Mac Users using InDesign and InCopy. When ever a Mac user
saves a file to to server or Checks a file in the chages to the file are
not saved. With the newest afptcp.nlm included with NW6NSS3a the server
would also abend.
With one user after the NSS update when ever he saves a file from InDesign
from hi Windows XP station he cannot go back and open the file. He gets a
permission denied or the file is already open.

Thanks,
Dan Reid
dreid@aafp.org
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Re: Cannot Save Adobe InDesign and InCopy files to netware server.

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