Is there a way to configure Outlook that the drive path reference to the mapped network share is kept and that it won’t be converted to a UNC path?
if necessary or you’ll end up with a broken hyperlink.
Current setup: Server-hosted install: Windows Server 2012 R2Share: \\Server Name\Quick Books mapped to P:\Note: The server had TWO functioning Ethernet adapters (192.168.0.7 & .8 in IPv4 and two other addresses in IPv6 space)Workstations: All Windows 7Observations: Lots of problems with multi-user. Observed that there appears to be code within QB that sometimes uses Net BIOS-based name resolution and sometimes uses DNS. DSN files with file paths which are workstation-centric rather than server-centric.
The server's DB manager would lose its state management of the company file. Some users couldn't connect to server using P: drive--decorated mappings but could with \\Server Name\Quickbooks--related paths. ND file then Quick Books will use IPv6-related addresses for the server and mark this in the new file. Observed that the workstation would get a connection to the server, I'd press F2 and see that it's finding the server on the first Ethernet adapter. Fixes: Observation: If someone gets an H202 error and then begins to "fix" the problem under Quickbooks' guidance... This then seems to confuse the QB DB manager which then screws up state management for single- versus multi-user.
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I chose not to do this and was able to fix it as stated above.