We are having this issue now as well. It is not everytime we open Inventor however it appears to happen more than not. We have 3 users and it happens to all 3 of us. We use Inventor 2011 Suite Windows 7 64 bit. Any there a fix for this?
We have this issue too, all files are on local disc, incuding ipj file. The project is randomly reset to the default. We use Inventor 2011, Windows 7 64bit. I have never seen this with Inventor 2010.
Chalk up a tally for me, it happens intermiitenly when I start Inventor.
I've got one user here experiencing the exact same thing, thought he was going crazy. Same thing here we're using Vault so our Master Project File is local... and it seems completely random. Sometimes it happens every day, some times he can go a couple days.
I'm glad I found this post. One of our users is frustrated because he experiences this very same issue. In his case, it appears that it only happens when he restarts his computer. If he closes Inventor & then re-opens it, the project file typically remains set to the one we normally use. But if he restarts his computer, then the project file reverts to default.
We're using IV 2011, & never experienced this issue in previous versions.
Has anyone found a fix for this?
No solution found (unfortunately) but the issue is growing around here... on my system it happens everytime I restart my computer. On the laptop beside me his Master Vault Project disappeared from the list every day last week (on reboot) but this week decided to start working. Other users see it ifrom time to time
We are having the same problem
2 workstations Inventor 2011 Suite Windows 7 64 bit
1 workstation Inventor 2011 Suite Windows Vista 64 bit
Seems to be completely random...
Any roaming profiles where the users "home" directory resides on the server?
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