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Hi, 

 

anyone have idea why I'm unable to read from an NFS share even though Windows 7 sees it mounted perfectly fine? I'm using Win7's native NFS support and while mounting is a breeze in Folders to Scan @ Task Options the drive shows as Disconnected Network Drive. 

 

Starting up the task prints log:

 

[Error] Error 1 - The Task "TaskName" could not find or create the "Z:\" folder.

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If you're running Commander as a service, make sure to use the UNC name for the path, rather than the network drive Z:. The UNC naming convention is "\\ComputerName\SharedFolderName". The network drive cannot be used while running Commander as a service because the network drive only applies to the current Windows account you're logged under.

 

Hope this helps.

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Thanks for the response -- it worked just fine :)

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