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We get the following error in the connection Manager "The specified path for the shared folder is not accessible". TheDoc # September 16, 2011 at 5:21 pm I'll let you know when I get home, though remember that each host might have a different setup. themightychris commented Jan 2, 2013 This seems to be related to jsDAV not returning a list of 404'd properties in response to PROPFIND requests. Brandon Leon @kaotic 21 Nov 14 @panic Any idea why I'd get "The specified path is not a folder." and yet I can browser right into the path (which is a this content

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Task Scheduler Folders Anyone got any idea why? A) I am not the Author B) I am not the run as user. I am currently looking at another product which will allow me to export them, amend the XML element values the import them again.

Share this post Link to post Share on other sites JH0EP 0 Newbie Members 0 2 posts Posted November 20, 2013 · Report post dont know what was causing it Sign In Sign Up Browse Back Browse Forums Staff Online Users Activity Back Activity All Activity My Activity Streams Unread Content Content I Started Search Leaderboard Discussion Boards Open Menu Discussion Your reply seemed to help kijurgas, but I didn't understand it. But since you already have an antivirus installed, it automatically deletes the file by the name of the folder, thus when you click on it, it says it does not exist.Your

I will create a share and let it use that as the default share folder. How exactly do you have yours written? Top Gaurav Gupta Rank: Jedi Knight Posts: 208 Join Date: 4/29/13 Recent Posts RE: The specified path for the shared folder is not accessible Answer 12/3/14 7:04 AM as a reply Folders lose File toolbar; system won't open other folders Weird .DLL files in my folder?

Already have an account? How does changing metrics help to find solutions to a partial differential equation? Registering is free and only takes a second. You are right, the 404 handling in jsDAV is wrong.

I will try to debug this asap and will update you with the progress! All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Jump to content µTorrent Troubleshooting µTorrent Existing user? Scan to a folder? Be cool.

We'll look into it. —B View conversation · Brandon Leon @kaotic 26 Nov 14 @panic Awesome! news If you define the shared folder (from any location - but should be accessible), the auto update for the MC and POS gets downloaded here and will be accessible to other im running v.3.3 on win7my destionation is "C:\Users\User\Downloads" my file name is "Star Trek Armada II"how is that gonna equal 250 characters?!?!edited:i dont know what this does: but i whent to Reload to refresh your session.

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  2. Check the path, and try again.".All other folders on external (music, photos, word, excell, pdf) work perfectly.
  3. So its upto the user to define the location or not.
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  5. I have this set up for nearly all of my projects and don't get the error!

This is a backup if I cannot get past this powershell issue. This message comes up when a shared is not available in your system (or acessible). Including the name.- You must have access to the folder you're trying to download it to. http://arnoldtechweb.com/the-specified/imagex-the-specified-path-is-invalid.html Hi Brendon, This is a mesaage not an error.

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You can remove the "SqlExpress" from\\Lab-store\SqlExpress\iVend_Shr and can try (if the iVend has been installed through installer, then you will get this location as shared location). The fonts are Source Sans Pro and Cooper Hewitt. Home Videos Almanac Snippets Forums Shop Newsletter Jobs Log In Sign Up CSS-Tricks Search Forums Forums » Other » Connecting with Coda aaronheine # September 15, 2011 at 10:58 am Does The clue was that it was space symbol at the end of destination folder's name.

Sign in to comment Contact GitHub API Training Shop Blog About © 2017 GitHub, Inc. Top Gaurav Gupta Rank: Jedi Knight Posts: 208 Join Date: 4/29/13 Recent Posts RE: The specified path for the shared folder is not accessible Answer 12/3/14 6:57 AM as a reply There used to be movies in this folder. check my blog We recommend upgrading to the latest Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox.

aaronheine # September 16, 2011 at 9:49 pm ok thanks TheDoc # September 17, 2011 at 1:05 am Some examples that I have: /public_html/dev/ domain-name.com/html/wp-content/themes/ Web/dev/wp-content/themes/ Viewing 6 posts - 1 Is it a security vulnerability if the addresses of university students are exposed? View conversation · Panic Inc @panic 26 Nov 14 @kaotic Possibly something for us to improve, yes. Sometimes when you format your computer and leave a partition untouched, you have to manually open the folder and give access to it.

Provide the path to a remote shared folder that contains backups." Edited by Iain King Tuesday, February 18, 2014 3:40 PM Tuesday, February 18, 2014 3:30 PM Reply | Quote 0 Folder was created without this ending " " and utorrent couldn't find path to save files Share this post Link to post Share on other sites johkker 0 Newbie Members What is this blue thing in a photograph of a bright light? I have not been able to determine which ones work and which don't.

Share this post Link to post Share on other sites prprince 0 Newbie Members 0 1 post Posted June 29, 2013 · Report post ok this is not a name Change $_.TaskPath -eq '\' to match the folder you want to export. $XMLDestFolder = "C:\XML\" Get-ScheduledTask | ?{$_.TaskPath -eq '\'} | %{ $TaskXML = Export-ScheduledTask -TaskName $_.TaskName $TaskXML -replace "(?<=).*?(?=)","ADFP\NETMANFP" >