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    Default Local file cannot synchronize to central model

    Hi Guys,

    We have an issue with regards to the above subject or refer to the image below. Does anyone encounter this? Any help is much appreciated.

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    Default Re: Local file cannot synchronize to central model

    Have you checked this link?
    We encounter a similar issue only when saving a new central file and some users still open their local file rather than browsing to central file location.
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    Default Re: Local file cannot synchronize to central model

    Someone on your team used the Rollback feature, they saved the project to an earlier version. That means any local files that are based on the more recent version are no longer able to synchronise. That is logical. How could Revit reconcile changes between a newer version and an older version.

    The rollback feature should never be used without letting the entire team know about it and nobody should be working on the file when/while it happens. Once it is done they all need to create new local files.

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    Default Re: Local file cannot synchronize to central model

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve_Stafford View Post
    Someone on your team used the Rollback feature, they saved the project to an earlier version. That means any local files that are based on the more recent version are no longer able to synchronise. That is logical. How could Revit reconcile changes between a newer version and an older version.

    The rollback feature should never be used without letting the entire team know about it and nobody should be working on the file when/while it happens. Once it is done they all need to create new local files.
    Thanks Steve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by a_meteni View Post
    Have you checked this link?
    We encounter a similar issue only when saving a new central file and some users still open their local file rather than browsing to central file location.
    I'll check this thanks.

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