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Autodesk 360 file - file locking across multiple locations

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01-14-2013 12:29 PM

Does Autodesk 360 cloud storage work in any way shape or form similar to a Vault whereby users can check out, lock, and then check in designs? Can Vault be used in conjunction with Autodesk 360, or does Autodesk 360 eliminate or replace the need for Vault?

 

What's the best way for individuals working at multiple sites to work without overwriting each others' data or having save collisions?

Does Autodesk 360 cloud storage work in any way shape or form similar to a Vault whereby users can check out, lock, and then check in designs? no it doesn't work like vault

 Can Vault be used in conjunction with Autodesk 360, or does Autodesk 360 eliminate or replace the need for Vault?

this isn't a replacement for vault

360 is not a file mangement system

its a file sharing tool its almost  like a ftp site

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Re: Autodesk 360 file - file locking across multiple locations

01-14-2013 12:47 PM in reply to: dick_upton
Does Autodesk 360 cloud storage work in any way shape or form similar to a Vault whereby users can check out, lock, and then check in designs? no it doesn't work like vault

 Can Vault be used in conjunction with Autodesk 360, or does Autodesk 360 eliminate or replace the need for Vault?

this isn't a replacement for vault

360 is not a file mangement system

its a file sharing tool its almost  like a ftp site

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Re: Autodesk 360 file - file locking across multiple locations

01-14-2013 04:14 PM in reply to: dick_upton

OK thanks.

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