Monthly Archives: April 2013

Storing and Using Data on a Mapped Network Drive

Recently, an “Ask A Guru”, question came through asking how to have data on any other drive besides C:.

 

In the video below, the process of how to set the root directory structure that TraceFinder needs to find data on any drive is shown.

Once created you can move whole projects with the Windows Explorer tool, or you can  use either the “Save As” to make a copy or the “Move” File-Menu item top move the batch to the new disk.

If you have a network shared directory, that you want to use, simply map that drive to your windows directory. It will then function as any other attached drive with the exception of being able to acquire data across the network.

If the video is blurry please click the cog wheel at the bottom of the panel and increase the video display resolution.