>> the benefits of having all their files stored centrally at all times.
> Then you stand to reap what you sow. Specifically Aodbe doesn't
> support it. Period.
True, but this hasn't stopped our clients. They have not found Adobe's
support to be helpful anyway, and many of their server software vendors
(e.g. Xinet) do support opening directly from the server.
> Then implement an XSan.
Many can't afford it, but it's a tempting option.
> Oh please, some of the most popular Code Versioning Systems are free.
> Like cvs, subvsersion, et al.
I haven't had much luck getting non-technical users to use versioning
systems. Even when we're able to train a department manager on their use,
it tends to break down when rolled out to the whole group. There's always
room for better training on our part, though.
> And Adobe even gives you their quirky Cue thing.
Several of my clients are testing it, though you're right in saying that