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You could create a custom renderer, register it as the last one in Tridion.ContentManager.config and let it check RenderedItem.Binaries.


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I would try to accomplish this at the template level, rather than event system. In order for Tridion to deploy an image (binary) it needs to call Engine.AddBinary(...) and if you are using your own templates you are doing that already for any binary you are publishing. If you are using other frameworks, such as DD4T or DXA, there's also a common place for ...


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Maximum Window Size exceeded is triggered when the amount of in transit transactions has reached the WindowSize value, this is mainly to protect the Deployer from getting too many zip packages at once. You have not provided the exact version of Tridion 2013 and hot fix applied, (is it SP1 HR-1?) but you may need to look if you have the latest fix applied as ...


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A page does usually not contain any direct reference to an image (it could, through page metadata). A page does contain a list of component presentations, and a component presentation contains a component which may contain a field linking to an image. So, what you could do is - go through all fields of the page metadata to check if a field is a multimedia ...


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