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Error "Directory for AR-1225 Paperless Office A/R Invoices is not"

Error "Directory for AR-1225 Paperless Office A/R Invoices is not"

Error "Directory for AR-1225 Paperless Office A/R Invoices is not"

(OP)
Using 3.71 and we just moved Mas90 to new server (old server "Win NT" new "server 2008").

We get this error on some not all WS when you enter Cust/inqury. Also in Cust/inqury the Mas 90 Office button will not work on the problem WS.

  

 

RE: Error "Directory for AR-1225 Paperless Office A/R Invoices is not"

This is pretty basic. Some of the work stations do not have the correct network path setup.  

RE: Error "Directory for AR-1225 Paperless Office A/R Invoices is not"

(OP)
We had earlier performed the WS set up on the computers that worked and not on the problem ones.  We ran the WS set up from the disk and that cured this problem.

Thank you for the help BigLouie.
 

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