Network and Classroom Management Thread, transfered RMStaff area with no access in Technical; Hi all
After running out of hard drive space on the main server today .
I thought I would move ...
6th November 2008, 03:29 PM #1
transfered RMStaff area with no access
After running out of hard drive space on the main server today.
I thought I would move Our RMStaff area from server one to server two to save over 15Gb of storageon that drive.
Shared the folder and gave it the same permissions as the RMStaff area on the main server sent out the drive mappings via RMMC but still get the access error when trying to make a new folder this is with Administrator log on. Any RM guys can help me out with some ideas.
Last edited by training_needed; 21st November 2008 at 10:33 AM.
6th November 2008, 03:37 PM #2
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Moving RMStaff is a little more involved than that as it also impacts on other RM services such as easylink. This RM tech support document details the procedure for moving RMStaff, RMShortcutBank and RMShared Documents (they are all related).
if the link doesn't work, it's knowledge base article id TEC261923
2 Thanks to riedquat:
t4ll1f3r (8th November 2008), training_needed (21st November 2008)
21st November 2008, 10:33 AM #3
Thanks for pointing me in thr right direction to the tec doc. Dose anyone know weather i can just move the RMStaff area only? The tech doc say about moving RMshortcut bank, RMShared Documents and the RMstaff area I would like to only move the RMStaff area as it contains over 15Gb of data this would be enough untill i can get another hard drive fitted.
21st November 2008, 07:47 PM #4
Yes, you can just move the RMStaff folder. Just following the instructions on that article relevant to the RMStaff folder.
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