I have a user, Mike, that renamed files of an assembly using rev-manager. After doing this, 4 out of the 5 files that he renamed are read only. So with that said, we have had a problem with files being read only for awhile now. Like, files being read-only and there is no one in them. For instance, I tried to edit a part, it was read-only. So, I go to our IT guy and he said Robb was in the file. So I ask Robb and he shows me the only thing he has open in SE is a different part. So, I have Robb re-boot his workstation and then the file becomes editable. We have not been able to duplicate the issue in any way. But this morning, after hearing Mikes issue, I realized that maybe rev-manager might be causing the issue. I seem to remember a similar issue quit a few releases back. Anyone else running into this issue or remember it happening before?
We are running ST6 service pack 6.
Not having an issue here. How and what do you store your files on?
I have this issue constantly.
I bet if Robb was to simply shut down all his Solid Edge instances rather than restart, you would find you would be able to access the file. Since ST5, Solid Edge has somehow intermittently retained ties to files even when they are closed, and never cleans up those ties until the software is shut down. This will even occasionally show erroneous read-only messages if just a single user is opening a file on his local drive that he opened previously in the same instance of the software and then closed. Requesting write access in a case like this will instantly fix things, because it is you asking for access from yourself!
If closing the SE instance does not eliminate the read only tag, I can't help you much.
I have no other knowledge to offer on your server/licensing setup, but I will say I know Trend Micro isn't a real popular option for businesses.