... 1) the IDCL File is located on an network share and
... 2) the Windows User has only Standard Windows rights.
If a user with Admin rights starts the Inventor, the library has the read/write right in Inventor as expected.
A) ...the Standard Windows user has full rights on the network Share
B) ... I know, that a vault Server can do the job
C) ... The my Library.idcl can by edited with a SQLite Editor (I know that may not be done, but it was to test if Windows rescricted the right or if the Inventor do so).
In the attached docx you can find a descrption with screenshots.
Hope anyone can help!
did you select readwrite in the project tab for the styles library?
Sadly I got a German version running therefore I can´t tell you
exactly what I mean. Also I think I read something familiar already.
Perhaps a forumsearch could help you solve the problem. I hope
you can manage to verify if this solves itwith a German screenshot.
thank you for your answer. I have tried many searches in Google but haven't found any soultion for that.
The read/write right of a content center library has nothing to do with the stile library writeprotect in the project definition.
You will need to get your system network administrator to add your domain user rights to the directory(s) you need.
As you see in the pdf the resctricted user has full rights on the directory. The user can edit (and rename, delete,...) the SQLite IDCL File with an editor (but not with Inventor).
I'm pretty sure in the Autodesk documents, at least Power User is required.
No, a Power User has not read/write access to "My Library".
Here to screenshots to clearify:
(1) is User 000 with Power User Windows rights => My Library write protected
(2) is User 000 with admin Windows rights => My Library read/write
I don't know why it is this way, but my recent experience is the same as yours. On my previous system my domain account had Power User privileges on my local system, but full control on the network share where our .idcl library resides. I was not able to edit our custom library on the network share, but had to copy it to my hard drive in order to make changes.
Now my domain account has local admin privileges and I am able to edit the network share library directly. I don't know if there is any logical reason for this, or whether it is an oversight by Inventor developers.
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Oh - so sorry to hear that...
I hope someone can help you out.
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