One frustration is that two people cannot work on a project and share a catalog.
We have a Microsoft Home Server where our photos are stored. Adobe will not allow us to place the catalog on a network drive, so it must reside on one (of our three) computers.
We want the catalog/library to be concurrently used by two or more users, so more than one person can work on a collection of photos at one time. Of course, record level locking would be required to prevent more than one user from working on the same library item at the same time.
Anyone have any insight into whether Adobe might be willing to go in that direction?
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