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    Default Document Version Control

    Hello,
    I have a client that wants to automate some document control.

    They have a directory on the file server that stores .PDF versions of schematics. At the moment, someone manually renames a PDF (i.e. schematic.pdf to schematic_revA.pdf) and moves to an "old_revisions" folder, then copies the newest version to the original folder with the original name. The original name is used because that file is a link on the company intranet.

    Does anyone have an idea on how to automate this?

    Thanks.
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    Maybe SharePoint either on-prem or O365?
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    The company I work for has a cloud based solution that is ITAR compliant and among other things it does versioning. Each time a document is checked in, the application logs who checked the document in and it is given a new version number. If you want more info, please PM me.
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