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Malcolm01
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Unable to save to users home directory

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09-09-2002 10:36 PM
We have Acad2000 running as floating licenses off a network server (acad is loaded local, gets license from server). Workstations are W2k using Novell client 4.83. When users select "save as" and browse to their mapped home drives (or any network drive), no folders are visible and the file is not saved there. Any ideas or solutions would be appreciated.
*milana, jerry
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Re: Unable to save to users home directory

09-09-2002 10:57 PM in reply to: Malcolm01
Contact Novell and request the latest service pack
for the 4.83 client.  I'll bet that fixes this problem.  Just so you
know, Acad 2000 is not supported on W2K, 2000i was our W2K release.

 

jerry milana

Autodesk Professional Services


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We
have Acad2000 running as floating licenses off a network server (acad is
loaded local, gets license from server). Workstations are W2k using Novell
client 4.83. When users select "save as" and browse to their mapped home
drives (or any network drive), no folders are visible and the file is not
saved there. Any ideas or solutions would be
appreciated.

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