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    Windows 8 camera app save location issues

    Hello All,

    We're testing windows 8 enterprise (32bit) on some tablets at the moment and one issue we keep getting is that the camera app doesn't like saving to the user's My pictures (this is a network mapped drive). I've read about enable libraries which we have done and added the network location to the "Pictures" library but still no go. All you get is "something went wrong..." when you try to take a picture with the normal windows 8 camera app.

    If we login using a local login then it works fine just not on the domain.

    Any ideas??

    Thanks,

    Ash.

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    that would make sense... I dont think the apps are setup for folder redirection or anything because the music app doesnt get music from shared drives (or atleast didn't) a month or 2 ago. Sorry no ideas from me will keep you updated if i do find one tho.



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