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NX12 - Site Material Library not appearing automatically

NX12 - Site Material Library not appearing automatically

NX12 - Site Material Library not appearing automatically

Originally spoken about in thread561-339012: Adding/creating material library in NX8

Working in NX12, I have followed advice for creating a site material library, it works correctly, loads in the customer defaults at a site level etc.

The problem I have is that the path isn't automatically appearing for users as it's listed in customer defaults, it's remaining blank. I don't want them to have to search for it each time, is there a way to have it automatically showing this path? I would have thought this would have happened from customer defaults, but I've tried reloading a few times and can't get it to enter anything.

Screenshots of my customer defaults and assign materials screen are in attachments (computer won't upload normally for some reason).

Any help gratefully appreciated!

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