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    File Server / Temp Files

    I have had a couple users have an issue with a file they are working on from the file server, when they save it, it gives them a space/access error. However, if they go in and delete the temp file and then try to save it, they do not have an issue. How can I keep the temp files off of the file server?

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    I can't remember exactly where, but I do know this.

    In Microsoft office applications, theres a option (tools --> Options) to not save temp files on the remote server.

    You might check that if this is Microsoft software.
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    Is this it?

    Click Tools -> Options
    Click the Save tab
    Check "Make local copy of files stored on network or removable drives"

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