Photoshop: Fix the NAS save issue please

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Adobe can put some effort into fixing the "Save" to NAS issue. The problem being that files will look like they are saved and record in the history as being saved BUT in reality they end up being truncated or not even saved to NAS drives.

NAS is an fundamental part of a creatives work flow in creating a backup of work that sometimes takes days to complete.Photoshop has enough bells and whistles to keep the neophytes happy so it's now time to address the important stuff under the hood.

Saving correctly is a rudimentary concept/necessity and should function correctly no only on dedicated HDDs but on NAS too. It's 2020 Adobe NAS has been a part of creatives lives for quite some time now.
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Mark Harter

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I haven't had any troubles saving to NAS. I regularly save 8GB files to my Synology DiskStation.
What NAS setup are you using?
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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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Are you having trouble with macOS or Windows?
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I'm using WD NAS under Win10. I didn't have a single issue until CC 2019. Then the files (jpeg) would truncate and render un-openable.  Now my partner, on a different machine is experiencing an issue with saving .psd. It will go though the "save" motion and indicate success but when you look for the file it's no where to be found. Strangely enough the missing files are listed in the "recent" list but when you click on that file it just disappears (like my bank account).