Frog: opening docs and saving back to location
We are in the process of moving to FROG from SharePoint, the decision to go to FROG was on the curriculum side (they liked it etc etc), anyway here’s the setup
W2K8 R2 server file server holding all files (these are accessed through frog) the rights are set on the file server to the various shares
Windows 7 users, IE8 (and IE9)
When a user (teacher who has read write access to the file share) opens a file (word doc) through FROG, they have do the download/ open/ enable editing. Then edit the doc and then when they select ‘save’ it doesn’t get saved back the share where it originally came from but to the following area on the users local profile:
C:\Users\<USERNAME>\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Window s\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\QO3M5PKQ\Test doc1 (1).docx
Users would have to select ‘save as’ then navigate back the mapped drive (not through frog) to the original shared folder. I can see this is going to cause problems for me, staff will not select save as and we’ll end up with docs all over place.
I have searched the net and found that this is the expected behaviour of a doc downloaded using internet explorer, however when we use the sharepoint the doc gets saved back in the location where it came from.
Is it possible to change this in the setup we have i.e. frog server/ users accessing documents on a file server? So that when the user opens a doc edits it, and saves it will automatically save in the location it was opened from?
Do I need change the setup, store the docs on frog? What steps do I need to take, what are the backup implications (we use DPM)?
I have also tried the frog live app, but get the same results.