Like a shell extension or something so that when I or a co-worker copy over a file we know why we copied it.
Something like source control for binary files, but totally non-restrictive.
I was just posting this in another thread.
Note: this only works for NTFS formatted volumes, if you copy the files to a drive with any other file system (e.g. FAT32) you will be prompted to "confirm stream loss", the file will be OK, however, the attached comment will be lost.
Not that I know of, or have ever heard of.
However, you may want to take a look at the auditing feature of the NTFS filing system.
Right click on a file or folder and go to the
Anything that meets the rules you set up should be logged. I know this isn't exactly what you want, but it is the closest that I think you can do.