I am trying to create a verity collection that indexes a share on a remote
server. (We have a front end webserver, and a static data server
- I am trying to index files on the static server, via a UNC path)
I believe the systems are set up properly in regards to the user which the
CF services are running as having proper permissions to the share.
I can successfully create files on the remote server using CFFILE from the
webserver using the same UNC path - so I would think that the verity
indexer would be able to read those files.
Here is the exact tag I use:
When I change the "key" attribute to some local drive\directory
(like "D:\cache\0000\Docs") it works just fine.
Hey folks, 'bout time for me to come around with a little tip.
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