Photoshop 7 and CS2 Indesign saving to a 4TB drive

I am trying to save a photoshop 7 file directly to a 4TB network drive, but get the error message that the drive is full. I have heard this is an Adobe problem with drives bigger than 1TB. I know they suggest saving locally and then to the network, but that won't work for us. I am also getting the error sometimes in Indesign CS2, but not consistently. The only solution I have seen is to create a really big garbage file. Is that really the only option? Thanks
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Jason210Commented:
I would do exactly what Adobe suggest. Save locally, ie to the desktop, then copy the file to the network drive. I would never open Adobe files over any kind of network - sooner or later one gets probelms if one does.
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David BruggeCommented:
ditto
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David BruggeCommented:
If you have one of the Adobe Suites, you can use Version Cue and Adobe Drive. This sets up a virtual server on your network and Adobe Drive then acts like a mapped drive that you, and others, can check files in and out of to work on.

Short of that, try doing a search engine check of "Photoshop Network Drive" and take your pick of the hundreds of hits. Every one of them end up with the same answer, "don't work on Photoshop files across a network." - serious.
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David BruggeCommented:
Jason210 nailed this one. Points to him.
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