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CHKDOS.exe claims remote drive is local

2 posts in Networking Last posting was on 2004-01-20 09:58:00.0Z
Stanwood Campsmith Posted on 2003-12-01 20:55:29.0Z
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Date: Mon, 01 Dec 2003 20:55:29 +0000
From: Stanwood Campsmith <info@sturec.com>
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The CHKDOS.exe "environment check" utility always fails (err# 6063),
claiming that the specified drive is local, yet the resulting
ENV_LOG.TXT correctly identifies the drive as "remote". My CA-Clipper
app still works, but I was testing the utility before sending it to my
customer who has a strange communication problem that cropped up
"overnight".

Any ideas?

Thanks!
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Stanwood Campsmith mailto:stanwood@sturec.com
MicroData Systems, Ltd.
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The difference between theory and practice is that
in theory there is no difference between theory
and practice, but in practice there is.


Albalog Srl - Andrea Stefanacci Posted on 2004-01-20 09:58:00.0Z
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I have the same problem connecting to a Win2000 server with a client Windows
XP while the clients Windows 98 work fine from years.
I've already installed on the client the "Client for Netware" for activate
vwipxspx.
Could someone help us?


"Stanwood Campsmith" <info@sturec.com> ha scritto nel messaggio
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> The CHKDOS.exe "environment check" utility always fails (err# 6063),
> claiming that the specified drive is local, yet the resulting
> ENV_LOG.TXT correctly identifies the drive as "remote". My CA-Clipper
> app still works, but I was testing the utility before sending it to my
> customer who has a strange communication problem that cropped up
> "overnight".
>
> Any ideas?
>
> Thanks!
> --
> Stanwood Campsmith mailto:stanwood@sturec.com
> MicroData Systems, Ltd.
> --
> The difference between theory and practice is that
> in theory there is no difference between theory
> and practice, but in practice there is.
>
>