I am wondering if anyone has come across this before.
We are using Terminal Services for our viewer users to connect to our EPDM Vault, so there could be a couple of people accessing files at the same time. The users use the windows explorer embedded eDrawings for measuring dimensions and occasionally printing drawing copies.
Under these circumstances, if I can view a drawing one day on the viewing server. Then make some changes using a CAD machine, however the original drawing is still stored on the viewing client. If i view that drawing again, there is an icon under version that states "You do not have the latest version of this file on your local hard disk." I can easily view/print the old version using eDrawings if i miss that icon. The only way to get the latest would be to do this manually.
Is it possible to be 100% confident that, when viewed through Windows Explorer eDrawings, the file is the latest version?
Has anyone found a solution to this?