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tonyssbear
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"File name or path is not valid" error when add a Directories be a updater

Dear All,

       

  

     A "File name or path is not valid" error when add a Directories be a updater (which contain space)

     May it be EPO issue (need hot-fix), Or I type something wrong?

   

Best regards

Tony

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Re: "File name or path is not valid" error when add a Directories be a updater

Does it work correctly when you use an Underscore instead of a space?

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Re: "File name or path is not valid" error when add a Directories be a updater

Dear DocB,

     The result is no,

     but, I am not sure it is because the underscore is not working, or the SEP 12.1 cannot white by this DIR

    

     On the other hand, I have try "DIR/x" to view the related path

     c:\PROGRA~2\Symantec\SYMANT~1\*

     Which is also not working

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Re: "File name or path is not valid" error when add a Directories be a updater

I've the same problem. Please help.

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Re: "File name or path is not valid" error when add a Directories be a updater

Same issue here. GUI does not seem to like spaces...

workaround could be adding it trough local CLI or with "Solidcore 8.0.0 > SC: Run Commands" client task.

sadmin trusted -i "<directoryWithSpaces>"

or

sadmin trusted -u "<directoryWithSpaces>"

-i   Include the volume\path set in trusted group and

      allow execution of ALL files from this volume\path

-u   Include the volume\path set in trusted group,

      allow execution of ALL files from this volume\path and

      run all binaries/scripts from this volume\path as updaters

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Re: "File name or path is not valid" error when add a Directories be a updater

With extension 7.0.1.160 this issue wasn't present.

Can I downgrade from extension 8.0 to extension 7.0?

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Re: "File name or path is not valid" error when add a Directories be a updater

Epo extention version 8.0.0.188 is available trough support which should fix this issue.

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