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Moved servers reports not routing correctly

Moved servers reports not routing correctly

Moved servers reports not routing correctly

Running Mas90 Version 3.71 (i know I need to update) moved over to a new server running Windows server 2007. Finally got all the workstations working and realized the path to the server has to be wrong. It starts up right and can access customers, vendors, sales orders, everything the only thing that appears to be mapped wrong is the reports. The path to the server is M:\ and all the files are located in there.
For some reason the workstation installed the path to the reports as M://reports  is there a way just to reroute the reports?  When I go to print I get the error unable to locate report file. Says run workstation set up to make sure the path is correct but there isn't any options to  change the path in setup. Any help would be appreciated.  

RE: Moved servers reports not routing correctly

Sigh, I missed that. Thank you so much you are my hero for this week.

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