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FSCDbManager does not show mapped drive (answered)


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1. FSE-SE 62615.0
2. FSUIPC4.948 WideFS 6.999m
3. FS Commander 9.6 and Database Manager (9.06.0001 )

4. Navigraph AIRAC Cycle 1512
5. Download version from our website FSC: (Setup.exe 9.6.00 dated 25-9-2015 15:54)
6. Operating System Server W10Pro/64 with Client W10Home/32

On Server PC FSC96 is working 100%


On the Server PC: Z-drive mapped as \\FLIGHTSIM-JVA\Steam\steamapps\common\FSX and shared

On the Server PC:  the Client PC can be addressed without restrictions

On Client PC this mapped Z-drive is visible as shared drive and can be explored, fully access for all users.

After starting the database manager in the left box only c: drive is visible; unable to select Flight Simulator path


Anyone any clou?









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Hi ???,

This is not a FlightSim Commander problem but a well-known Window problem associated with some programming languages.


Run the Windows Explorer and click on all mapped drives gradually, so that the files are displayed in the right part of Windows Explorer shortly.

Only now emulates Windows network drives for some programming languages as local drives. These are shown by the FlightSim Commander

and also applies to the FSCDBManager.




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  • 2 weeks later...

I'm having the same trouble even after following your good advice in the post above. It's working for the Manager but when I go to save my plan, the planner doesn't recognize my mapped locations. 


Windows 10 on both my PCs

It all worked very well before.


Please find a way to make it work.



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