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Old January 3rd, 2007, 11:14 AM
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Default Creating folders on network share

Hi, using this as my code, for somereason it goes ok with no error messages but doesnt create a folder, confused! it works fine if i set the path to the C:\xxx\xxx but using the network name no joy, i have full rights to the drive.

Cheers in advance

      '***make directory TEMP
        Dim newFOL As String

        newFOL = txtHrmRef & " - " & txtName & " - " & txtBenCode
        ChDir "\\resrslavingt002\u_datacentre"

        MkDir (newFOL)

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