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Odd ZEN imaging problem

Odd ZEN imaging problem

Odd ZEN imaging problem

I do all of the imaging where I work and here recently the server that I keep the images on is getting kind of full.  So, after talking to my boss I decided to try to store an image on a server other than the imaging server.  It worked fine, but now I can't see the image file when I browse to its location.  The imaging engine doesn't have any problem seeing it when I image a computer, but I can't see it to delete it since it was only a test.

Here's what I did.  Our imaging server's IP is  I told it to store the image archive at the path //  When I use Windows Explorer to browse to the zen volume on I can see the images folder but there's nothing there.

Any ideas?

RE: Odd ZEN imaging problem

I'm sorry, I think I was a little vague (more clarification never hurt, right?).  

the command below stored the image:
img makep //

the command below will restore the image to a new drive:
img restorep //

Both commands work fine, but I can't see the file when I browse the server.

RE: Odd ZEN imaging problem

Odd. Is a Netware server?

I'm gonna give this scenario a shot and see what happens.

RE: Odd ZEN imaging problem

I can't seem to redirect at all. "Invalid Image path".
Probably permissions, don't have time to play with it right now, sorry.

RE: Odd ZEN imaging problem

yes is a netware server.

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