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Uploading Design notes cause sharing violation (with MNO files).

When I enable design notes and try to upload content, I get a sharing violation (related to the .mno files). I've read that a simple solution is to disable the ability to upload design notes, but that eliminates a very good feature from Dreamweaver.

Is there another workaround or fix?
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BuddhaNature
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prifreCommented:
The reason for this is that Dreamweaver somehow is not happy with how your FTP-server works. What you can do is to try to adjust DW and see if it helps.

You can (In DW MX2004):
1) Change "Server Compatibility" (Site Settings->Remove Info->"Server Compatibility...")
2) Change to Passive FTP (Site Settings->Remove Info->"Use Passive FTP")
3) Contact your ISP and ask them if they can alter the permissions somehow on the server so it works better.
4) Pray...

with a smile
/prifre
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BuddhaNatureAuthor Commented:
Actually, I am not using FTP. I am using a network.
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prifreCommented:
Aha - well then it is even more probable that the permissions are the cause.
Check that DW have read/write and folder creation/removal access, etc.

(Another solution is to actually switch from using a network to use a ftp-server. You can probably configure your server to a
also act as a FTP-server. Yes, the solution is far-fetched, but it is just a suggestion.)

with a smile
/prifre
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prifreCommented:
you'r too kind... I dont think I deserve that... but... if you insist... who am I to argue?
/prifre
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