Sort of a simple issue but has us puzzled a bot. WIN OS single server, SAS Studio install no metadata etc. Dir. structure and sub folders accessible via WIN File Explorer w/o any issue yet it is not true when accessing the same path/structure via SAS Studio. Any insight is appreciated.
TY Reeza and Tom,
Install is SAS Studio Basic on WIN 2012 R2 machine. A group of users have no issue accessing the SAS Studio via web browser and using the Server Files and Folders > Folder Shortcuts
By the way do you know where does folder shortcut is set (default value) I have looked in all autoexec and cfg files and do not see it (mostly empty).
Thank you in advance,
Regarding the following
By the way do you know where does folder shortcut is set (default value)
I have looked in all autoexec and cfg files and do not see it (mostly empty).
the following link provides the details. Typically a single install SAS Server has a metadata server and SAS management console.
If this does not apply in your case, then SAS Tech Support may be the best place to reach out to.
If you are using SAS/Studio to connect to SAS running on the same machine then use the Files and Folders tab in SAS/Studio user interface to look for the files.
If might be that Windows explorer is using some plug-in/Windows specific feature to let you browse things as if they were files on a disk that aren't really files on a disk. Like a objects stored in a SharePoint site for example.
Hi All, in the end it was the case of nested AD group membership. Once appropriate membership was restored, it worked. Voila. Apparently whoever was giving the lookup answer did not know how to read membership info. (sigh!)
Sorry about wasting your time.
This is not a waste of time. Someone else may have a similar problem and find a solution in this thread. Including your reason for the problem.
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