OK, let's say you and some co-workers are needing to work on the same Designer Project (but maybe you're working on different drivers/stuff, but the same ID Vaults and whatnot).

You've all got Windows 7 machines with Novell Client.

Mutliple questions:

1) What are the methods that you *can* use to work on the same project?

I know that you could export the project, then plop the archive to a network share and the other person would then have to grab/import/blahblah, but that seems a bid tedious.

I know you could put the Workspace out on a shared network drive and you both point to it, but due to all the small tiny files in Designer Projects, performance is horrible. Plus I suppose, unless you can ensure that only one of you works on it at a time, there's possible issues with saving/corrupting stuff?

2) What are the methods that you *should* use to work on the same project?


3) Due to file share performance with Designer Projects, I usually use my local hard drive (as crummy as it is, I finally have a machine with a 7200 rpm SATA drive in it), but then obviously nobody else can get/see my stuff.


Thoughts/opinions/ideas/suggestions?

--Kevin