We have a number of Mac workstations (OS X Mavericks) which connect to a fiber attached SAN. This SAN is also accessed by a number of Windows workstations.
Windows file naming conventions (and path depth rules) are stricter than OS X's. This means the Macs can cause problems for the Windows workstations if they name files or folders in ways which Windows doesn't understand.
As such, is there a way to enforce Windows file naming conventions on OS X? Thus preventing the Mac clients from screwing up the Windows ones. I'm thinking some kind of Finder plugin or script that prevents users from naming a file or folder in a way which Windows can't cope with.