Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I found another alternative to this - using cmd - subst <drive_letter>: C:\<YourWorkingDirectory>
make sure the user or allusers have full permissions to this directory.
in the voice media menu, your drop down menu will now have this drive to work with or from.
Important - this method is a virtual drive not an actual long term mapped drive - meaning - when you log off or restart the machine - cmd method will have to be executed again - i created a script that does it for me and then launches the application - its easier that way.
also, if this does not work then make the working dir a share with all users permissions on it and network map a drive letter to it (not a virtual mapping) - then add this share to your alias and registry paths instead
hope this helps
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
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