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ZCM 10 Personality Migration: The Directory Name is Invalid

We are operating in a ZCM 10.3 environment and are attempting to store a personality to a mapped network drive using a Store Personality directive bundle. The personality template we have built works; when pointed to the local C drive, the file is created successfully. However, using the same template, the store personality bundle fails and the error code in the log is: "The error was: The directory name is invalid". Has anyone had any problems or experience doing this? The mapped drive has all the proper permissions and we are absolutely sure that the local machine can access the drive.
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Re: ZCM 10 Personality Migration: The Directory Name is Inva

jescob6832;2118649 wrote:
We are operating in a ZCM 10.3 environment and are attempting to store a personality to a mapped network drive using a Store Personality directive bundle. The personality template we have built works; when pointed to the local C drive, the file is created successfully. However, using the same template, the store personality bundle fails and the error code in the log is: "The error was: The directory name is invalid". Has anyone had any problems or experience doing this? The mapped drive has all the proper permissions and we are absolutely sure that the local machine can access the drive.


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