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Travailler même document sur deux ordinateurs

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Bonjour,

Je cherche le moyen simple de travailler un meme document sur deux ordinateurs différents.

J'avais idée de mettre tous mes fichiers images sur un disque dur et de ballader le disque dur entre les deux ordinateurs... en lui octroyant la meme lettre.

 

D'autres idées ?

 

Merci

 

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Correct answer by Randy Hagan | Adobe Community Professional

It's easy to work with the same file on two computers, by packaging the entire job into a folder, then transferring the folder by cloud location, network transfer or SneakerNet.

 

Working on the same file on two computers at the same time? Not so much. When you open a document, it creates a separate, discrete temporary file (essentially, protected by the .idlk lock file). In practical terms, you're really never working with the .indd document or .indt template files until/unless you are saving the file/closing the file. While there are elaborate ways you can simulate working with the same .indd file, it will as a practical matter never be the case, and such work-arounds are fraught with peril.

 

For exactly these reasons, I'd never recommend that you try.

 

Hope this helps,

 

Randy

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Travailler même document sur deux ordinateurs

Community Beginner ,
Jul 06, 2020

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Bonjour,

Je cherche le moyen simple de travailler un meme document sur deux ordinateurs différents.

J'avais idée de mettre tous mes fichiers images sur un disque dur et de ballader le disque dur entre les deux ordinateurs... en lui octroyant la meme lettre.

 

D'autres idées ?

 

Merci

 

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by Randy Hagan | Adobe Community Professional

It's easy to work with the same file on two computers, by packaging the entire job into a folder, then transferring the folder by cloud location, network transfer or SneakerNet.

 

Working on the same file on two computers at the same time? Not so much. When you open a document, it creates a separate, discrete temporary file (essentially, protected by the .idlk lock file). In practical terms, you're really never working with the .indd document or .indt template files until/unless you are saving the file/closing the file. While there are elaborate ways you can simulate working with the same .indd file, it will as a practical matter never be the case, and such work-arounds are fraught with peril.

 

For exactly these reasons, I'd never recommend that you try.

 

Hope this helps,

 

Randy

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It's easy to work with the same file on two computers, by packaging the entire job into a folder, then transferring the folder by cloud location, network transfer or SneakerNet.

 

Working on the same file on two computers at the same time? Not so much. When you open a document, it creates a separate, discrete temporary file (essentially, protected by the .idlk lock file). In practical terms, you're really never working with the .indd document or .indt template files until/unless you are saving the file/closing the file. While there are elaborate ways you can simulate working with the same .indd file, it will as a practical matter never be the case, and such work-arounds are fraught with peril.

 

For exactly these reasons, I'd never recommend that you try.

 

Hope this helps,

 

Randy

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