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Gary AskhamUsing Final Cut Server as a search tool.
by on Oct 12, 2011 at 10:31:12 am

I manage an Xsan and have found Spotlight search to be unreliable.

I have a copy of Final Cut Server installed which we've never used but I have recently thought it might be a powerful tool for our edit assistants to use to search our Xsan for files.

I have set the Xsan to be a device and turned on scanning every night.

There seems to be a permission issue though as I only seem to be able to see an area of the Xsan we have given guest access to our clients.

The permissions system of Final Cut Server is a little different to Open Directory (even though it seems to access parts of Open Directory) so I don't know what I have to do to allow a user to be able search the entire Xsan.

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