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Nov 7, 2: I'm getting the Could not save "file. I have a variety of machines in the office that I have been using to test with.
It seems that the server understands who the files 'owner' is, not only by visually getting info, but with the command line, manually checking permissions. The workstations connecting to the server are in various states of confusion based on their OS.
The lack of understanding of sho the file owner is seems to be the culprit, but I can't fogire out how to address it, as it's not a permission issue in my thought, rather an issue with the workstations and their OS. I will say that intil about 2 weeks ago, we didn't have this problem.
So I wonder if there has been an Apple pdate that changes something that could be causing this. How this manifests itself, and is a real nightmare waiting to happen is when working on files from the server. I open Photoshop to edit and save a file on a Leopard machine, the files saves fine.
The files disappears and I have to save again to save it. When I go back to the Leopard machine to open the file, it opens and saves just fine. As a test, I cleared my keychains on the Lion and Snow Leopard machines, but that didn't help. Has anyone been able to figure out anything on this so far?because write access is not granted." Therese are no other users on my machine and it is not connected to any servers.
I have not made any changes to settings on my machine. Aug 10, · Now when you open an image from the server, make and edit and save, you still get the "Could not save X because the file was not found." (at this point the files has been deleted from the server) Click Okay.
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Photoshop could not save file because write access not granted. The one that I use every day was throwing the “access not granted” line, but it was when I moved over to the other iMac.
Apr 22, · "Could not save "file name" because write access was not granted" I'm working in Photoshop CS 6 (version x 64) - System Yosemite on a iMac from The shared folder is placed on a iMac from , Yosemite.
I have had Apple support on the shared folder - every thing is set correct.
I can see it's a common problem with Adobe Photoshop. I have a problem specifically with Photoshop Elements 12 Organiser and the ability to write to the internal drive on an iMac 5k with El Capitan. I have full read write access to the files on the disk.