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PPM Support Tip: Run ALM Integration Tool with "Run as Administrator..."

When using Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) Integration Tool, get error: The path must be absolute with either the server or drive specified

Integration issue - permissions issue

On the Enable Application Lifecycle Management Project screen, it says:
"The following fields will be added to the selected Application Lifecycle Management project:"

And then the list of the relevant Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) Fields are listed.

However, click on Next button, throws an error:
"The path must be absolute with either the server or drive specified"

On the Windows machine, right-click on the integration utility and select "Run as administrator".

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