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Path to fsx scenery not selectable (answered)

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Hi all,

hope you can help.

I am running FSX on server pc (Win 7). FSX is located under drive F:/FSX.

I installed FSC v9501 on client pc (Win 7) and mounted drive F: from server as drive Z: on my client pc.

I also installed WideFS and have a connection.

Within the database manager I select Z: and the corresponding FSX folder in the left folder box. The right Box for the scenery automatically jumps to the z drive's top folder and then greys out, so I am unable to make selection manually. I also copied the scenery file to the fsx folder as "scenerycfg.fsc", as suggested, but still the update button keeps being inactive.

Hope, anyone can point me in the right direction!

Thanks,

Michael

Edit: I installed and run apps as admin! The client has full write/read rights

Edited by michael1508

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Somewhere in the manual (fsc9 docs folder) or Database Infobox line (opened program) is stated you need the whole drive where FSX is installed to be mounted, not only the FSX folder (also write and read acess on both PC I guess). The FSC9 folder should also not be installed in programs folder. After unzipping the FSC9 folder you can also read about win 7,8,10 and vista issues. The fsc.pdf (FS9 docs folder) has a network section looks like win7 for me.

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Hallo Volker,

 

1. FSX
2. FSUIPC/ WideFS 4.949h
3. I use the FSC in a network! Yes

4. FS Commander and Database Manager: FSC v9501

5. Which provider and period of the AIRAC Cycle: Navigraph 11/15
6. Download
7. Win 7

 

Danke für Deinen Support!

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