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Foxpro 2.0 Cannot create Program workspace: File does not exist.

Foxpro 2.0 Cannot create Program workspace: File does not exist.

Foxpro 2.0 Cannot create Program workspace: File does not exist.

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Hi my client uses three versions of Foxpro. When i try to start Foxpro 2.0 on a Windows 2000 Terminal Server I get the folowing error: "Cannot create Program workspace: File does not exist."

Hope you can help....

Is a dream a lie if it don't come true
Or is it something worse

RE: Foxpro 2.0 Cannot create Program workspace: File does not exist.

It would appear you don't have write access to the default temp directory.  Put a line in your CONFIG.FP file like this:

TMPFILES = C:\TEMP

Or whatever directory you choose that you have write access to.  

Dave S.

RE: Foxpro 2.0 Cannot create Program workspace: File does not exist.

Scooter,

Or you do have that line (or similar) in CONFIG.FP and in the terminal the pointed directory doesn't exist! Check that too.

David

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