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Interpris stores data locally on your computer. You/your organization can choose to save your data to a local network drive so that those with the software on their machine can work with the file. NB: when accessing projects from a network location, only one person can work on the project at the one time (an error message will appear if another user attempts to open the project). If there are multiple projects, they are not able to be merged.
If you are using cloud storage providers such Dropbox or OneDrive to share/save Interpris projects, please note that these products will allow users to open the file, but they can’t sync changes back to the cloud until the file is closed and Interpris relinquishes permissions. Your projects will sync immediately after the project has been closed. Also, Google Drive will not let you open the file as it gives permission precedent to the sync and not Interpris. Interpris will display a message that the file is already open.
While working on a project file stored in the 'Dropbox' folder on your computer, it is recommended you temporarily pause Dropbox synchronization. For instructions on how to pause and resume Dropbox synchronization, please refer to the link below:
Also, if you are using Dropbox to share your project or to work with others, you may have conflicted copies of your project file in the Dropbox folder. This usually happens if one person's changes to the project file were not synchronized back to Dropbox before the second person's changes were synchronized. For more information about conflicted copies in Dropbox folder, please refer to the link below:
An Interpris project can be backed up by making a copy of the project file (.inp file extension). Ensure that the project is closed and not in use by Interpris before making a backup copy.