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    Quote Originally Posted by themightymrp View Post
    From a command prompt, connect or map to the network location of the files. From there, enter the command notepad documents.library-ms (for example)

    You should be able to view the majority of the XML in a readable format - apart from a section called 'serialized'. From here you can check the path that the library should be including. For me this is just H:\
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    Your a f***in star mate. Finally got it to work! Thank you for all your help. The biggest pain is sorted now! onwards we go. A nice cold brewskie has got your name on it, when your down the civilised ends

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    Excellent Glad you're sorted.

    And where might the civilised end be?? ;-)

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