4 Replies Latest reply on Nov 27, 2014 2:01 AM by M_Hasteley

    Anyone else observed this? InDesign crashes on Windows Server 2012 R2 shares in Windows 8.1

    M_Hasteley Level 1

      Happens when the file is left idle for a few minutes and then woken back up by performing an operation - moving a box or typing some text.

       

      Results in an error message claiming the connection to the file is lost or modified by another process. The connection to the server's definitely not being lost, everything's still instantly navigable - folders are still available in Bridge, no Photoshop or Illustrator files exhibit the same behavior. It's the file itself (or at least how InDesign copes with files on shares). It's like it's not being kept active, so the server marks it as closed. I'm wondering, given that it's specific to the combination of Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2, whether it's something to do with the implementation of SMB 3.0.2, as this new version of the protocol is unique to this combination.

       

      Any ideas?