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Mapping problem

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Hi Sascha, Volker,

after changing my network mappings those changes are not reflected in both selection options "FP Save As" or "Options". FSC still "remembers" the old settings, doesn't show any new drives etc.

Neither re-start of FSC nor any other options help.

(FSX SP2, Vista, FSC 8.4.2 runs on client pc; all Vista related settings ie. owner etc. checked)

Any ideas?

Thanks

Torsten

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Volker,

the directories are shared correctly and I ensured correct read of the mappings in my client PC (so the mapping is working, mapped directories are displayed in Explorer, files can be accessed by other applications).

Most interesting: the mapped drive(s) are visible, selectable and accessible yet in FSCDBManager, but not in FSC!

I would even copy my created flightplans manually from the client to my FSX machine, but unfortunately I can't create any aircraft related FP versions like PMDG etc for known reasons.

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Torsten

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Hi Torsten,

Most interesting: the mapped drive(s) are visible, selectable and accessible yet in FSCDBManager, but not in FSC!
I would even copy my created flightplans manually from the client to my FSX machine, but unfortunately I can't create any aircraft related FP versions like PMDG etc for known reasons.

I can't verifying your problem.

For both cases please watch the screenshot which is showing my configuration and settings to saving aircraft related FP versions like PMDG etc.

Regards,

Volker

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