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nazka1022
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can't find network folder.

Post by nazka1022 » Wed Mar 20, 2019 2:32 am

Hi guys.
i have a question about network folder.
i checked two computers.
one computer find a network drive but another computer didn't find a network drive.
two computers connected same network drive ( same path )

how can i find a network drive??
should i set options??
please reply about this questions.
thank you for reading.

void
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Re: can't find network folder.

Post by void » Wed Mar 20, 2019 5:12 am

Please make sure you run Everything as a standard user.
If you run Everything as an administrator, you will be unable to see your mapped network drives.

Please try running Everything as a standard user:
  • In Everything, from the Tools menu, click Options.
  • Click the General tab on the left.
  • Check Everything service.
  • Uncheck Run as administrator.
  • Click OK.
  • Exit Everything (right click the Everything tray icon and click Exit).
  • Restart Everything
To add your mapped network drive to your Everything index:
  • In Everything, from the Tools menu, click Options.
  • Click the Folders tab.
  • Click Add....
  • Select your mapped network drive and click OK.
  • Click OK.

therube
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Re: can't find network folder.

Post by therube » Thu Mar 21, 2019 11:17 am

Is Windows Explorer able to see your networked drive?

nazka1022
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Re: can't find network folder.

Post by nazka1022 » Thu Mar 28, 2019 12:53 am

to therube
yes, i can't find network drive in everything even if i connected network drive.

therube
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Re: can't find network folder.

Post by therube » Thu Mar 28, 2019 11:19 am

What is the path to the drive your are using?


(Though I wouldn't think it should matter...)

Are you using a mapped drive letter or a UNC path to the drive?
If the former, try the latter, & if the latter try the former, too.

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