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Python cgi script can't copy to or modify items on file server

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Last Modified: 2014-08-22
I'm working on an application to be used on our intranet.  It needs to be able to create directories and move files to our file server (N:), and to eventually modify them.  Currently, I'm testing it using IIS (localhost) on my computer.  I'm a novice at IIS by the way.   Okay, I'm using a python cgi script and it is unable to do this...
driveLetter = r'N:'
    picDir = os.path.join(driveLetter,r'FieldPics') #set output directory as N:\FieldPics   
    
    picCountyDir = os.path.join(picDir, str(county[0])) #set output directory as N:\FieldPics\CountyName 
    if not os.path.exists(picCountyDir):
        os.makedirs(picCountyDir) #if necesssary create the county directory inside the N:\FieldPics directory

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It tells me, "The system cannot find the path specified."   I have given IUSR and NETWORK SERVICE full control of N:\FieldPics.  I'm unable to figure out what I need to do next.
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