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Until now I used FS Commander 9.1 with FSX and everything worked fine. I just installed Prepar3d 1.3 (PC 1) and I just update Fs Commander 9.1 by 9.2 (PC 2). I made maps of drives/folders correctly. For information, it works with the G-Map software. In FS Commander, when I run FSCDbManager, I see local disks (PC 2) but does not see network drives (PC 1). In Windows Explorer I have network drives with letters assigned. I have read - write - changes right on network drives. I use Windows 7 Ultimate Edition.

Please help me !!!

Gérard Nouaille

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Bonjour Gerard,

je suppose que tu démarres FSDBManager avec l´option "demarrer en mode Administrateur" encoché. Si c´est le cas, désactive cette option et redémarre FSDBManager. Les lecteurs réseaux devraient etre visible.

Avant de démarer FSDBManager il est aussi tres important, de démarer Windows Explorer et de cliquer une fois chaque lecteur réseau, de facon á faire apparaitre ses fichiers. Si non il n´est pas certain, que FSDBManager est enregistré la connection du lecteur réseau.

J´ espère que ton probleme est résolut. Merci d´une petite réponse.



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