Acessing Network Drives

Jul 23, 2008
22
0
Jerusalem, Israel
Hi,

I cannot access network drives using TCC/LE.
I know this worked before.
Has anything changed?

I have no problem accessing the network drives using CMD.exe or windows explorer

I am using Windows 7 Profesional SP1 and TCC/LE v12.11.71

Gadi
 
Jan 24, 2009
36
0
I have found this to be a win problem. I use explorer to refresh the network letters to get it to work.

Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4GLTE smartphone

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From: "gadib" <>
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Subject: [Support-t-2982] Acessing Network Drives
Date: Wed, Jul 20, 2011 4:31 am


Hi,

I cannot access network drives using TCC/LE.
I know this worked before.
Has anything changed?

I have no problem accessing the network drives using CMD.exe or windows explorer

I am using Windows 7 Profesional SP1 and TCC/LE v12.11.71

Gadi
 
Jul 23, 2008
22
0
Jerusalem, Israel
Sorry, but this didn't help.

Any other suggestions?

Gadi
I have found this to be a win problem. I use explorer to refresh the network letters to get it to work.

Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4GLTE smartphone

----- Reply message -----
From: "gadib" <>
To: <[email protected]>
Subject: [Support-t-2982] Acessing Network Drives
Date: Wed, Jul 20, 2011 4:31 am


Hi,

I cannot access network drives using TCC/LE.
I know this worked before.
Has anything changed?

I have no problem accessing the network drives using CMD.exe or windows explorer

I am using Windows 7 Profesional SP1 and TCC/LE v12.11.71

Gadi
 
Jun 2, 2008
304
1
Hi,

I cannot access network drives using TCC/LE.
I know this worked before.
Has anything changed?

I have no problem accessing the network drives using CMD.exe or windows explorer

I am using Windows 7 Profesional SP1 and TCC/LE v12.11.71

Gadi
Are you possibly running TCC/LE as a different user, like an Admin? That'd be under a different profile with different drive mappings.

-Tim
 
Jul 23, 2008
22
0
Jerusalem, Israel
Thanks, It looks like that is the problem.
I remember setting up TCC/LE to run as administrator, but I can't find how to undo it.
How do I undo it?

Gadi

Are you possibly running TCC/LE as a different user, like an Admin? That'd be under a different profile with different drive mappings.

-Tim