Press release edited by Applelinks senior editor Kirk Hiner
Group Logic has released the latest version of ExtremeZ-IP File Server, version 4.2.2, a free update that offers users a pro-active resolution to a potential incompatibility between Adobe Photoshop and Mac OS X v10.4.6.
The recent Mac OS X v10.4.6 release exposed a problem in Adobe Photoshop which causes the application to crash when saving files to various AFP servers. Group Logic engineers quickly identified the cause of the crash and, now with the release of ExtremeZ-IP File Server version 4.2.2, have introduced a workaround that insures ExtremeZ-IP users can prevent this crash. The incompatibility problem will continue to be a risk for other AFP file server users until either Adobe or Apple resolves this problem.
To learn more about this issue and the ExtremeZ-IP solution, click here.
The release of ExtremeZ-IP version 4.2.2 demonstrates Group Logic's continued commitment and success in delivering solutions that offer compatibility without compromise for file sharing between Mac desktops and Windows servers.
Available immediately, Group Logic customers that currently own a license for ExtremeZ-IP version 4.0 and have an active Maintenance and Support Contract can update to version 4.2.2 for free.
Those customers who do not have an active Maintenance and Support contract can gain the benefits of this latest release through a paid contract renewal. Contact Group Logic to learn more about how to upgrade your version of ExtremeZ-IP.
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