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    NOVA-T4 errors

    Hi,

    Not sure what I've done to make this happen but since installing a satellite version of Nova-T4 on a laptop, all network computers and the server are now getting the error
    Could not create logging directory C:\PROGRA~1\SIMS\SNOVA\LOG
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    WARNING! Valid SNOVA data not found at C:\PROGRA~1\SIMS\SNOVA\. NOVA-T will halt.
    Any ideas what's happened and how to fix this?

    Oh dear
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    check the contents of nova.dir on the sims share.

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    What am I checking for? An SNOVA folder does exist and as far as I can tell it's populated as it should be. The errors makes it appear that the workstation is looking locally for this folder instead of the share so if this is the case how do I chnage this!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by randle View Post
    What am I checking for? An SNOVA folder does exist and as far as I can tell it's populated as it should be. The errors makes it appear that the workstation is looking locally for this folder instead of the share so if this is the case how do I chnage this!?
    nova.dir is a file on the sims share that tells nova where it's folder is.

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    Sorry I didn't read your post properly. This file points to the location in the error. I take it this should be S:\SIMS\SNOVA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by randle View Post
    Sorry I didn't read your post properly. This file points to the location in the error. I take it this should be S:\SIMS\SNOVA?
    Thats what mine is, so sounds right.

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    All seems to be working once again. Many thanks for that although not sure how a Satellite installation managed to alter that file on the SIMS share!!

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