I'm new here, so forgive me if I come off a little green. Our file server (\ppc1) was filling up fast, we had archived I-deas Project data on that server that had to be moved to a different server (\ppc3) to free up space until a new server arrived. Now that the new server has more than enough space (new \ppc1), the Projects were moved back into their original position. The command line says that I must "re-connect to the file", which I take as disconnect from the mapped drive (v:\) and re-map it. The problem is that we have a batch file that calls for the drive to be re-mapped on every re-boot of the seat. It still gives me that error when I go to my "Manage Bins" and try to retrieve my Assemblies and/or Parts from the Project that have been moved. I hope the data is not corrupt? Can someone throw me a bone here? I thank you for your time.
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