Connecting to Network Drives when Running EDP Standalone as Admin

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Connecting to Network Drives when Running EDP Standalone as Admin

When running EDP Standalone using "Run as Administrator" in Windows 7, some mapped networks and/or local drives may not be visible in the "Select Reference Value File" dialog. The drive can be found by manually entering the name of the server.

 

Some of the drives may have a Red X and give the following message when selected:

 

An error occurred while reconnecting [DRIVE PATH]

Microsoft Windows Network: The local device name is already in use.

This connection has not been restored.

 

In most cases, clicking OK should restore access to the drive.

 

To correct this issue, please copy the format files, reference value files and EDDs to the local drive for checking and processing.

 

To continue to use the Administrator profile, please review the mapping of the missing drives on the Windows Administrator profile of the local machine.