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    Just upgraded to 2018 R1, Windows 10 from 2011, XP. New PC, although I think they cheaped out on the video card, but whatever. Anyway, all of my files are stored on a remote server. It is mapped to the PC, but DMIS doesn't see it. What am I missing?

  • #2
    You should save everything locally anyway..

    EDIT:
    Perhaps Run as Administrator?
    Are you allowed Write access to the folder on the server?
    Last edited by InspectorJester; 05-17-2018, 04:04 PM.

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    • Brad T
      Brad T commented
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      Yes. I have full permissions.

  • #3
    Do you have the correct search path setup under edit, set search path?
    trice
    4.3 mr1

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    • #4
      Demon doesn't like networks. period. Ten (maybe fifteen) years ago, Wilcox would insist that network connections are not for the CMM PC's.. Threaten to void warranties and shizzle.

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      • louisd
        louisd commented
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        Objectively, just last year we had sporadic data-writeline to CSV omissions when writing directly to a mapped network drive. We worked around it by writing to a local file then moving completed file with data to the network location as a final step in the routine. the sporadic writeline omissions hasn't recurred since.

    • #5
      I would guess that you run PC-DMIS as administrator and your network login script isn't mapping the network drives in the correct way. No fault of PC-DMIS.

      See https://support.microsoft.com/kn-in/...when-uac-is-co

      Or run PC-DMIS as a normal user. You may need to have IT modify some access right in the Registry - documented in Appendix B in the ReadMe.PDF in your PC-DMIS installation.
      Last edited by AndersI; 05-18-2018, 03:53 AM.
      AndersI
      SW support - Hexagon Metrology Nordic AB

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      • #6
        Originally posted by Brad T View Post
        Just upgraded to 2018 R1, Windows 10 from 2011, XP. New PC, although I think they cheaped out on the video card, but whatever. Anyway, all of my files are stored on a remote server. It is mapped to the PC, but DMIS doesn't see it. What am I missing?
        Let's get PC-DMIS out of the mix for a minute. Start the PC, log on, and use File Explorer. Can you see the network or the files then? If File Explorer cannot see them, then PC-DMIS certainly cannot see them.

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        • #7
          Thanks for the feedback, everybody. The video card comment was just me complaining, it has no relevance here. I can access this location outside of DMIS, and everything appears to be mapped correctly, but I can't access it through DMIS whether attempting to open a file or inserting a file. In the future, I will only be accessing the network for CAD files. I forgot that detail, but I can't access to set it as the search path. If I have to go through the extra step of copying the files over locally so be it, but I just don't see why I should have to. Just an added step that I don't think should be necessary.

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          • AndersI
            AndersI commented
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            Do you run PC-DMIS as Admin or Normal user?
            If Admin, did you read the Microsoft note I linked (or showed it to your IT)?

        • #8
          I did. Waiting for IT to respond. Thanks for the help. It makes sense as they have just recently installed new logon scripts for everybody.

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          • #9
            Try mapping the network drive to a device letter (like Z:\) and see if that can remedy the problem.
            PC-DMIS CAD++ 2o18 R2

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            • #10
              Originally posted by Brad T View Post
              ... It is mapped to the PC, but DMIS doesn't see it. What am I missing?
              vpt.se

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              • vpt.se
                vpt.se commented
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                Well, you can map it as a network drive and/or as a device letter. Might be worth a try.

              • InspectorJester
                InspectorJester commented
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                Hmm.. I suppose I am making a lot of assumptions there..
                I like it!
                Maybe make a shortcut to the folder and see if you can access that

            • #11
              Tried that, great idea. But it says it "doesn't exist". I have walked through everything here to no avail. Currently I am waiting for IT, as they just changed our logon scripts and network security in the last couple of weeks. That is only other variable that I can come up with. Thanks for the help.

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              • InspectorJester
                InspectorJester commented
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                Interesting!
                Yes, IT will probably have to get involved; chances are it's a permissions issue or something. It could be set fine on your PC, but not necessarily on the server or Group Policy, for example.
                Good luck!
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