0 Replies Latest reply: Jun 25, 2012 8:00 PM by AppleJason
AppleJason Level 1 Level 1 (10 points)

l have iMovie on a 10.6.8 client.  I can't save movie clips to the server, but can save to the client. When I try to "File->Import from camera" (local iSight), then "capture", on the dialog that pops up I see "Save To:" with three shares: 


1) "Mac HD" (local main partition),

2) "Data Store" (local data partition), and

3) "SERVER-USERDATA" (the main area on the server for network user data).


Share#1,2 show lots of gigs free, and I can save to these areas. (But I think I'll have a problem with network users if they log onto another machine, the clip won't be available.)

Share#3 shows 0gig free.  But there is plenty of space on the server.  If I try to save here, i get a dialog that says "... you may not have permissions to write to "/Network/Servers/rbserver.lan/SERVER-USERDATA/iMovieEvents.localized."


In server admin, File Sharing, I don't see "SERVER-USERDATA".  I see:


Volumes:  1) "MacData" /Volumes/MacData,  2)"MacServer" / Volumes/MacServer  3)"TimeMachine" /Volumes/TimeMachine.


Sharepoints:  I see lots of shares, and "SERVER-USERDATA" is in the path of several of them, like

     "Groups": /Volumes/MacServer/SERVER-USERDATA/Groups

     "Students_Home": /Volumes/MacServer/SERVER-USERDATA/s_home


But it's not a "share" of it's own, as far as I can tell.  I don't even know if it has to be.  But I don't think so.


I tried setting "everyone" as R/W on both /SERVER-USERDATA  and /SERVER-USERDATA/iMovieEvents to no avail.


Lots of info here, I'm trying to provide as much relevent info as I can for someone to help.  Any suggestions?

iMac, Mac OS X (10.6.8), i5 with Thunderbolt