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    Write Access Denied

    Hi If I choose "Edit in>Photoshop CC 2019" for an image in Lr, make some changes I can't then save the file back to the same folder on my NAS. The message is along the lines of "write access was not grated". Lr has no problems writing changes to the NAS (creating folder, moving folders etc.)...
  2. LouieSherwin

    Time Machine on a NAS revisited - not recommended

    First I must say that I love Time Machine. It is hands down the easiest backup and restore system I have ever used and I have tried many. It has saved me several times from various disk failures. Time Machine was designed for and works extremely reliably when connected to a local MacOS HSF...
  3. S

    Chosen Backup Location Doesn't Stick

    Operating System:OSX High Sierra 10.13.[3] Exact Lightroom Version (Help menu > System Info): Lightroom version: CC 2015.10.1 [ 1117303 ] A while back I set the backup location for the primary catalog to a folder on our NAS as the original on the iMac is copied to a Time Capsule. I thought...
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    Cannot import to imagfes stored on an NAs

    Operating System:Windows 10 Lightroom Version: : CC 2015.12 [ 1125239 ] (Please go to Help menu > System Info to double check the exact version number) Question or Description of Problem: I have my images stored on an QNAP NAS - 4 x 4TB drives in Raid 5 configuration. The catalog is stored...
  5. J

    Import folder naming duplication with NAS

    This has been driving me mad for a while... My images are stored on a NAS. New images are either imported from a memory card reader (copied to NAS) , or via drag-and-drop to lightroom (add to catalogue withought moving/copying) of new folders that I place in the same NAS folder structure. I...
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    Development and metadataassignment from separate computers

    From a relative to my wife I/we have got a rather large number of imagefiles (primarily scanned negs, slides and photos). Most of them show persons and places dating back to the 1940s and onwards. Now we want to 'take care' of this 'treasure' using Lightroom. I know how to 'develop' the images...
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    Changing my LR Configuration

    There are 2 G-Technology external 4TB drives that are FireWire 800 daisy chained off of a iMac 27. The 1st drive is my working drive and the 2nd drive is a backup of the 1st drive. I am on LR CC. My catalog, develop presets all sit in my Library Folder on the 1st drive. I've used this setup for...
  8. George Burrows

    Moving files to NAS

    I am moving all my photos (RAW) to a NAS soon and seek a tutorial-thanks LR CC
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    Hello

    I have been using Photoshop and about couple of years ago decided to give LR a go. I have learned alot from Creative Life classes and just want to know more. Recently, my NAS drive started giving me problems so posting for help in the forum about what is the best way to move photos to...
  10. Michael Bateman

    Best Practices for NAS Centric Workflow?

    Lightroom Catalogs have to be on a local volume of course. But referenced images can go on a network drive, which is perfect when you have a lot of RAW images, etc. For my part, I sometimes run into trouble because the volume always gets mounted as "home" or "home-1" etc. which can be a problem...
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    LR Crashing trying to "import" large volume of pics from NAS

    I've hit a brick wall. . . I have about 3.5TB of photos that were on an external USB drive tied to a 7 year old iMac. . . . and just upgraded to latest, greatest iMAC and Synology NAS with two 4TB drives in RAID1. Not wanting to "move" photos off my USB Ext drive ,I copied them (outside LR)...
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