AS6 won't create .atsuo file on my NFS drive

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My windows box (win 7 enterprise) is really a VM on my mac. In order to share my project folder between the two machines I have the mac exporting it via NFS (I tried SMB first but it was way, way, way slow.)

Anyway, the problem of the day now is that atmel studio 6.2 doesn't seem to trust the network folder. When I open my solution file it prompts me with a security warning asking if it should prompt for every project in the solution, and when I click the 'save all' button it does not create the .atsuo file like it does if I copy the project to the desktop and repeat the same steps. This is super annoying, as my workspace doesn't hold any state.

Does anyone know how I can convince atmel studio to trust the network drive?

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What VM system are you using? I use Virtualbox to guest WinXP on Linux and it just offers "shared folders". They do appear to the guest as a network shared drive but the key thing is that AS6 seems to happily work with them and has no issues. So f it is VirtualBox you are using explore that and if not then maybe take a look at VirtualBox.

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I'm using vmware fusion. I had previously tried having the mac serve the folder via SMB, but it was so agonizingly slow that I had to switch to NFS. Besides the horrible performance, I think it was creating the .atsuo file correctly in that setup.

It seems to be specific to NFS and how windows 7 treats it. It's quite annoying.