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FrxSys32.mdb was not found

  • 1.  FrxSys32.mdb was not found

    SILVER CONTRIBUTOR
    Posted Oct 02, 2020 11:05 AM
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    ​Trying to install Frx on a new windows 10 pc, all other workstations still working fine.  The Frx directory is mapped S:\Applicaitons\SL\Frx but during install when it says "Please select the location containing the shared FRx 6.7 program files" I browse to the mapped folder but it gives me the error
    FRx Setup
     The FRxSys32.mdb was not found in the selected folder.
    Please select the shared network location for the SysData folder.

    I seem to remember this sometime in the past but cannot remember the fix to it - any help would be appreciated. Thanks

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    Bill Welch
    Just Dough It, Inc
    Camdenton MO
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  • 2.  RE: FrxSys32.mdb was not found

    SILVER CONTRIBUTOR
    Posted Oct 02, 2020 12:21 PM
    Edited by Mark Ehleben Oct 02, 2020 12:22 PM
    Try using the UNC path to the folder instead of the mapped drive.

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    Mark Ehleben
    President
    QBI Consulting, LLC
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  • 3.  RE: FrxSys32.mdb was not found

    SILVER CONTRIBUTOR
    Posted Oct 02, 2020 05:46 PM
    I did try the UNC path but received the same error.​

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    Bill Welch
    Just Dough It, Inc
    Camdenton MO
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  • 4.  RE: FrxSys32.mdb was not found

    SILVER CONTRIBUTOR
    Posted Oct 05, 2020 07:47 AM
    The FRxSys32.mdb file is located in the SysData folder so make sure the UNC path you are using points directly to the SysData folder, something like \\Servername\SL\Applications\FRx\SysData.

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    Mark Ehleben
    President
    QBI Consulting, LLC
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  • 5.  RE: FrxSys32.mdb was not found

    SILVER CONTRIBUTOR
    Posted Oct 05, 2020 12:23 PM
    Hi Bill and ALL, few notes:
    • Please make sure the Sysdata folder had read/write permissions for user trying to connect with
    • Make sure FRx 6.7 SP12 on it
    • Register FRx .dll
    • Bill, I could complimentary dial in to help like we have done in past
    • See FRx msg boards for other Win 10 considerations: https://boards.msxgroup.com/?forum=172527
    • We may have to look to some other .mdb and .cfg files which may be conflicting for FRx file paths
    Derek

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    Derek Krebs
    Sr Consultant, MSX Group
    PROSPERO by MSX Group, www.msxgroup.com
    Derek.Krebs@msxgroup.com
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