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Setting Default vs Working Folder - not working properly

Setting Default vs Working Folder - not working properly

Setting Default vs Working Folder - not working properly

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Greetings All,

a batch file does this ...

set ssdir=\\server\vss\code        <--- works no problem.

ss workfold $/C#/myProject D:\vss     <--- appears to work.

..."D:\VSSWF\ has been established as the working folder for project
$/C#/myProject."...

then I run get on my project ...
D:\ss get $/C#/myProject

and get this message...
Set D:\ as the default folder for project $/C#/BuildScript?(Y/N)

where is this coming from?
how can I force the get to put the project into the newly established
working folder?

TIA!

KB

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