Re: [Emerald] serv-u

Dale E. Reed Jr. ( (no email) )
Fri, 26 Mar 1999 18:51:25 -0800

Mark Lipscombe wrote:
> Share e:\ftp out, connect to the network drive on every client as a standard
> drive letter (say all on z drive).
> If the server is also used as a workstation, do the same as on the client
> (yes, it sounds silly, but it's easy).
> then enter z:\username as the directory

Don't use the drive letter, just use the UNC format directly.
For example, lets say the machine is named server1 and
you share the user directory tree as users. Make the user's
home dir \\server\sharer\username. You can make \\server1\users
the default home dir in the Emerlad admin to have to automatically
do this for you. UNCs are vital, especially if you are going to
be using multiple machines for the data.

You must make sure each Emerlad operator has read/write permissions to
the share and directory, though.


Dale E. Reed Jr. Emerald and RadiusNT__________________________________________IEA Software, Inc.

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