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  • Fri, Dec 19 2014 4:29 PM

    • MikeJNFLF
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    Searching root level of projects within Interplay Access

    When using the simple/extended search function in interplay access, which search parameters do you use to search the root level of projects to ensure users are saving their clips/media in subfolders and not at the root level? 

  • Sun, Dec 21 2014 9:28 PM In reply to

    Re: Searching root level of projects within Interplay Access

    MikeJNFLF:
    the root level of projects

    I think I understand what your asking but I'm not sure a search parameter is the answer.

    First of all if you check your projects folder you expect only folders in there and no assets. If you find assets in there I would check those and their relatives/associations and the creator.

    But you can block users from checking in assets in the projects folder by setting that in the security settings of the projects folder (if those aren't set like this by default of which I'm not sure). 

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  • Mon, Dec 22 2014 2:58 AM In reply to

    • MikeJNFLF
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    Re: Searching root level of projects within Interplay Access

    Thanks for getting back to me. 

    You're right. There are permissions in place that prevent users from putting assets at the root level of the project. 

    I think I got so used to checking those daily, that I forgot it wasn't a possibility in the first place.

    Thanks again!

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