Hi Paul, I've tried replicating your problem the double backslash works fine and should not create any problems. Please try this, there is a cmd file named VariableEditor.cmd under 0.Administration container that elevates Variable Editor to administrator level. You need to use the UNC path instead of o: (as Administrator level probably does not have that mount) in my case I brows to \\QMI-WN-BL\QlikResourcs\0.Administration and after right click on VariableEditor.cmd and select Run as Administrator to start Variable Editor with elevated UAC level. Hope that this helps, best regards Magnus
Thanks for your solution.
It works fine. I now can use the deployment frameworks on our shared folders.
Just one question remains.
Is it possible to debug the steps that hindered the application to run. I.e. to debug the authorization checks?
Thanks again for your help.
Hi Paul, you can run the Variable Editor script manually to see where it breaks, and what errors returns. Also a good idea is to activate the qvw log that have been disabled due to performance on slow networks. You might be able to spot an error turning on audit logging on the file share used for QDF, as the user is not allowed to write onto the disk without elevated privileges. Hope that this helps.