Good to hear. I was told the newest EmerAuth corrects this. I just put
updated the emerauth3.zip to include 2.7.4 of EmerAuth. Check out the
changes.txt in it as weel to see whats changed/fixed.
> However, I am really stumped about this UNC thing and I don't know that this
> is an issue for IEA. Serv-U says it cannot find the home directory, even
> though I am using Serv-U 2.5, which should approve of UNC paths. As a
> result, the user still doesn't get in. I tried creating a new share and
> gave full rights to "System Account" (which is what Serv-U runs under lest
> you want no tray icon), thinking that maybe using an administrative share
> was causing the problem. Same result. I even went back to using Serv-U
> 2.4a. Same result.
Is Serv-U running on the same machine as the share or a different
machine? In either case, the system account does NOT have network
access, which may be what is causing the problem. For Serv-U to
have network access, it needs to run as a person, not the system
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