To resolve you can attempt the following Microsoft solutions. Method 2 referenced in the article below mentions creating a bat file. Basically what happens with the bat file is that the N drive is mapped with specific admin credentials and thus after making that change you can right-click and run FIMS as admin without getting errors.
- How to create a logon bat file. Typically you put the commands in a notepad file then save with a .bat extension:
- After creating the bat file and then adding it to the startup location indicated in the article you may also see this error occur below when right-clicking and running FIMS as admin:
a. Go to npo\found\ConfigFiles
b. Create a copy of the current 'WFOUND.PF' and name the copy for example 'WFOUND-WS.PF'
c. Edit the new 'WFOUND-WS.PF' in notepad and edit this line, for example like this:
d. Edit the FIMS shortcut on the workstation to use the 'WFOUND-WS.PF' rather than the out of box 'WFOUND.PF'.
DO NOT edit the out of box 'WFOUND.PF' file, only edit the copy of it.
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