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Error 75 while writing fplan to folder on network sim pc (solved by user)

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Ls,

I entered the path to the network folder then I receive error 75.

When I write outside FSC (latest version) to that folder (creating a txt file) from the FSC pc, everything is ok.

Anybody?

Grz.
Paul

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Hi Paul,

Please read here:
http://forum.simflight.com/topic/60271-important-everyone-please-read/
This is an indication of the operating system. There is no error in the FSCommander.
Microsoft defines the error as No Access to the path specified by the user.

Volker

btw.
Publish a screenshot of your path settings.

 

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Hallo Volker,

Thx for your swift answer. I checked the PMDG box, but the plan went as a .pln straight into the P3Dv4 folder, along with the saved scenario's etc (in user\documents\P3D v4 folder).596bcec9538a4_FSCPaths.jpeg.640c2df603b1e61dba14be9702a45d19.jpeg

What am I doing wrong? I read the red text with states that PMDG doesn't need a savepath of its own. So I expected a .rte plan in the PMDG flightplanfolder. There was no .rte from FSC...
I couldn't find something about this in the manual, but perhaps I am overlooking something.

Furthermore I found that PMDG has in FLIGHTPLANS separate folders for the NGX and the 777. Can FSC handle that?

Thanks again.

Grz.
Paul van Uffelen 

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Hello Paul,

I can not verify your problem.
In my network environment it works error-free.
Look at the screenshot.

Have the necessary rights been established?
I noticed that you installed the FSCommander under C: \ Program Files [x86].
We advise against this in principle.
You have also installed P3D V4 under Program Files.
We always advise against this.
These folders are subject to special rights and are also specially protected.

Did you read the following document: Vista and Windows 7_8_10 users please read.pdf.

Regards,
Volker

 

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Hi Volker,

You were right. I adjusted the security setting of the P3Dv4 folder and all went well. The plan appeared as a .rte in the FLIGHTPLANS folder of PMDG inside P3Dv4 folder. I could load it in the NGX FMC.

Only question that remains is what the 'use' is of the separate folders  for 777 and NGX and subsequently the effects for FSC...

Grz
Paul

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Hi Paul,

Quote

Only question that remains is what the 'use' is of the separate folders  for 777 and NGX and subsequently the effects for FSC...

I really do not understand the question.

Regards,
Volker

 

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FSC puts the plan in the FLIGHTPLANS folder in PMDG.

In the FLIGHTPLANS folder are two subfolders caused by the installation of the 737NGX and the 777, named subfolder 737 and 777.

I don't know if these were there before the P3Dv4 update of these aircraft.

I wondered if this should lead to a fix in FSC9 or not.

My new plan was in FLIGHTPLANS and I could load it in the 737NGX FMC.

Thats all.

Grz
Paul

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Hello Paul,
A plan created by the user in the FMC, the respective model, is stored in the type-dependent subfolder.
An external plan, as from the FSC, is stored in the PMDG folder "FLIGHTPLANS". Each model has access to this folder.
Regards,
Volker

 

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