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Allow Optim Archive Server to see NAS mounted storage on Windows implementations to put archive files to
When running the Optim Archive Application as a Service and running an archive job on the Server, the tool returns an error that it cannot see the NAS drive destination which the archive job is suppose to write to. When running the archive job local, there is no error. Nor is there an error when running the Archive application as a process and running the archive job through the server. The PMR will be closed since it does not appear to be supported functionality. Very strange. You may contact me to see the error on a webex if necessary or to ask questions. Thanks.
When Optim Designer is used, the developer needs to run the Archive job on the server AND our standards call for the application to be run as a service and not a process. This needs to be fixed and is a defect.
Need to write archive files to NAS when running Optim as a service and submitting jobs to run through the service.
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