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After Update Lightroom changes File Attributes of the lrdata Folders to S(System)

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After the Update of Lightroom. Lightroom start to change the File Attributes of the Following Folder/Files to S (System)

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How can I avoid that? 

I need to change this behaviour because Sync Tool won't sync this Files anymore.

 

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LEGEND ,
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1. Based on that screenshot, I see nothing telling me they are system file types. How about including File Type in the view. The icons shown, stating Data, do not indicate system.

 

2. What is Sync Tool?

 

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Hier is a Screenshot with the Attributes:

siegfrieda48443840_0-1668098191104.png

 

2. I use Synology Drive Client for syncing

 

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So File Type is "Dateiordner" or "File Folder"

And Attribute is SD

 

This looks just like one of my folders:

Image 001.png

 

Not a system file. I am not aware of an issue.But I do not use Synology (perhaps another member does???)

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Correct.

mine looks the same.

 

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LEGEND ,
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 I use Synology Drive Client for syncing

 

Does that mean your catalog is on the cloud, or are you just posting copies of images to the cloud?

And do you keep your working photos on the cloud or a local hard drive?

 

Or do I have the wrong info on what that does? Is it for the cloud, or for a NAS?

 

 

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I am syncing the Catalog Data  that means the .lrcat, .lrdata, etc...

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so i can use the same catalog with previews and all other things on more than one PC.

 

It worked fine for years.

 

But since last update of Adobe Lightroom I get an error from Synology Drive client that it can't sync the .lrdata files becomes of the Attributes ( Synology is not Supporting Files with S as attribute).

If I change the Attribute manually it works fine. But if I open Lightroom , Lightroom sets the Attribute back to S. And the sync is not working anymore.

So Lightroom must have changed this behaviour:

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Interesting, those folders are also marked as System in my LR 12.0.1 / Windows 10.  I see the same behavior: After I remove the System attribute using "attrib" at the command line and then restart LR, those files will reacquire the System attribute as soon as LR writes into those folders.

 

Seems gratuitous...but good luck in getting Adobe to pay attention.

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