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*Rhyne, Steve
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Import doesn't show network drive propery

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01-18-2001 12:21 AM
I'm currently running Windows 2000 and Map 2000i. I'm trying to import an
ESRI shape file and it doesn't show one of the network drives properly in
the menu window. At the top of the menu list, it doesn't show the root
folder. It only shows folders under the root drive. When I navigate
through the folders, I can't navigate back up to the root. If I go to my
local drives or other network drives, there is no problem. Any solutions?

Steve
*milana, jerry
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Re: Import doesn't show network drive propery

01-23-2001 05:46 AM in reply to: *Rhyne, Steve
Steve,

A few questions to help sort this out:

What type of resource (OS, platform) is the problem share on? Does the
problem occur on more than one workstation? Does the share look and act
normal when browsed in network neighborhood? What OS is running at the
workstation(s)?

jerry milana,
Autodesk Product Support

"Steve Rhyne" wrote in message
news:1D99F33CF3EB9E441F523C825613833C@in.WebX.SaUCah8kaAW...
> I'm currently running Windows 2000 and Map 2000i. I'm trying to import an
> ESRI shape file and it doesn't show one of the network drives properly in
> the menu window. At the top of the menu list, it doesn't show the root
> folder. It only shows folders under the root drive. When I navigate
> through the folders, I can't navigate back up to the root. If I go to my
> local drives or other network drives, there is no problem. Any solutions?
>
> Steve
>

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