We have 5 Mac users on a windows domain using Adobe CC. They are placing images in to files as links. They are continually getting the "This document contains a link to a source..." error. The one commong thing I can find is that when looking at the path name in the links pane that it changes from user to user.
User one inserts link from a network drive that is properly mapped. Path shows (example) /Shared/Communications/Logos/Image1.jpg
User two or three opens the same indesign file and gets the link source error. Path shows /Volumes/Shared-1/Communications/Logos/Image1.jpg
This was not happening in prior versions of InDesign. While I can't rule out a network or user issue, it's odd that the path name changes. I checked the /Volumes/ folder and no duplicate names of the drives exist. I have no idea why the path name is being modified when another user opens the file.
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
Moving to InDesign Forum.
You should package you InDesign document. Use the packeged document. New files linked later after packagen copy to the Link folder, you can do it from the link panel with the command Copy links to, in German it is in a sub menu of Hilgfsprogramme, should be something like Help Programs, I don't know the exactly naming of that menu in the US version.