Assets/Sync File sharing and storage quotas

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Jan 28, 2020 Jan 28, 2020

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We ran into an issue where my entire folder of creative files,which are intentionally backed up into the Asset cloud (or whatever we're calling it, since adobe has libraries, cloud storage, and creative cloud; talk about a huge marketing FUBAR). downloaded in it's entirety to a coworkers computer, whom's account was added as a collaborator (invited under the 'can edit' protocol).

 

There was no visually apparent way within the Creative Cloud program or on the Asset web page to select whether or not to sync that entire folder to her computer. The only solution was to remove her from the shared folder and delete everything off the hard drive so as to regain control of the hard drive (which was maxed out becuase of the download).

 

Is there not a way to NOT have the entire shared, not owned folder downloaded to your device?

 

If not, that's a complete blunder on Adobe's part (unsurprisingly, these days).

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Cloud storage web assets, Collaboration, Creative Cloud, File sync

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Mar 05, 2020 Mar 05, 2020

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Hello? Where the hell is Adobe when you need them.

 

I'm switching over to another cloud service if this company finds it that incredibly difficult to reinvent the wheel.

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Mar 05, 2020 Mar 05, 2020

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Yes delete her and just keep me as primary owner

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