Has anyone had this problem before:
I saved my scripts to a flashdrive and I put them on VSS for backup. I have gotten my files back before, but when i have the new flashdrive, its like the files arnt there.
I have tried resetting my working folder and I have had it confirmed by the VSS guru in my office that the files are infact there. Thanks.
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Are we talking a removable USB flashdrive?
That is one that I wouldn't risk to begin with - to easy to corrupt the files on those things
If you are using VSS (as I do as well), there shouldn't be an issue with the files being copied over with the Get Latest Version if you have set up your workig folder to point to that disk
Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results
For some reaon i can get the files i need from my boss' computer, but not mine. Must be a connection issue on my side with VSS
Are you getting any errors from VSS?
If you don't have the correct access to a project, then it should give you an error popup telling you something to that effect.
If you have the correct access level, make sure you are putting the files where you are looking for them (has drive mappings changed? Have you created the folder needed as wet for the working folder?)
I'm getting the "Invalid handler" error, which when i press the help button gives me the meaning of: "VSS is trying to open a non-existent file, or a file to which the path is incorrect."
I have the correct access level. I'm putting them where I'm looking for them. I even resetted the working folder and it still did not work.