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Can't Map Cut Ticket folder for more than 2 Tiers of Directory.

MuhammadOwaisMuhammadOwais Posts: 356 ✭✭✭
I'm trying to Map a folder containing Cut Tickets and Cut Files of Markers on My Spreader XLS 125. I'm able to Map it up to 2 Directories Like:
But when I try to map it further deeper, it gives an error. I'm trying to Map it Like
\\Net\GGT\Cut Data (Paragon)

I've Tried inverted commas as Like:
\\Net\GGT\"Cut Data (Paragon)"
and also
 "\\Net\GGT\Cut Data (Paragon)"
but ended up with same error. Any solution will be highly appreciated...
I'm a Cutting CAD Room Specialist and Technology Enthusiast...

Best Answer

  • Jost LindemannJost Lindemann Posts: 71 Gerber Staff 💛
    Accepted Answer

    a share is defined by its UNC-name plus sharename. 

    Thats what you did right on your system:


    -> NET is the sever-name that holds the share
    -> GGT is the share

    Server NET only (!) provides the share GGT, nothing else.
    You cannot map a directory in WinCE which is a subdirectory of the share.

    If you need to access \\Net\GGT\CutData , you need to create a new share on the server that shares "Cutdata". Then then you can map a the share "cutdata" in Cutticket-Configuration on the spreader. In this case it would be \\Net\Cutdata.

    You should avoid whitespaces when dealing with older opertaing systems, some may not handle this correctly.



  • MuhammadOwaisMuhammadOwais Posts: 356 ✭✭✭
    Thank You @Jost Lindemann.
    Our Net Server contains all the data of Cutting Room As well as Cad Room where GGT Folder was for Cad Room only. But I'll definitely Put my IT team on that to create a new Share under \\Net and will put all our cut files there. Thanks Again... :smile:  
    I'm a Cutting CAD Room Specialist and Technology Enthusiast...
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