Photoshop and Mac OS Catalina "could not save because of a disk error" when saving to a network volume

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After upgrading to Mac OS Catalina Photoshop-files can be saved to the network-volume everybody at my workplace uses (and have been using for years), but if i open the file (either through Finder or "Edit original" in Adobe Indesign) and try to save the file i get the error message "could not save because of a disk error".


To save the file, i have to save it first to my desktop, and then overwrite the file on the server manually.

Every time i try to save directly to the server/overwrite the file after making changes in Photoshop, a temp-file is created in the same location as the file on the server, this "temp-files" does not get automaticly deleted.

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Joachim

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Karolis Poliksa

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I have exactly same problem and its driving me insane. 
I found if I start saving and move/delete file, error does not happen. But I can't just do that every time I overwrite my file
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Oleksandr Trokhymchuk

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I have the same problem. Why are we getting more and more bugs???
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Douglas Hale

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Any update on this? Same Problem. This is exactly why i typically don't upgrade my OS. But with the virus and being stuck home with limited work i decided to try it. And damned if I don't regret it every day now.
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Joachim

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Why hasn't this problem been fixed? this bug is still a problem for us, for every user at our business running macOS Catalina (now at version 10.15.4) when saving to a network drive through AFP. Doesn't happen with every file, but several times a day.