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Adding New Shared Folder

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Hi,

 

I'm using drivepool v2.0xxx. I am trying to create a new shared folder. 

In the WHS 2011 Dashboard I chose "Add a folder" and picked the location to be the pool drive - X:\ .

The WHS returned the following error message instead: The folder location is not valid. A server folder cannot be added to a root directory of a hard drive ....

 

What is the correct way to create a new shared folder using drivepool?

 

Thanks,

Ruben

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The dashboard appears to only create new folders in X:\serverfolders, but you can create shares directly on your drivepool and modify permissions in the dashboard.

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Hi,

 

I'm using drivepool v2.0xxx. I am trying to create a new shared folder. 

In the WHS 2011 Dashboard I chose "Add a folder" and picked the location to be the pool drive - X:\ .

The WHS returned the following error message instead: The folder location is not valid. A server folder cannot be added to a root directory of a hard drive ....

 

What is the correct way to create a new shared folder using drivepool?

 

Thanks,

Ruben

Could you enable tracing and duplicate the issue:

http://wiki.covecube.com/StableBit_DrivePool_2.x_Log_Collection

 

 

After doing that, could you update to the beta build? There was an issue with the driver and the WHS code (not liking virtual disks)

http://dl.covecube.com/DrivePoolWindows/beta/download

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