Saving files onto network location

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When using zSpace applications, some zSpace applications allow you to save files which can be used to relaunch zSpace applications at a later point. Users may save these files onto a network location. This is commonly done either by selecting the network location as you would select any hard drive on your local PC or the network administrator may map a network drive to a location on your computer.

zSpace applications have no limitations with doing this. Network Administrators may have their own limitations which may prevent files being saved to certain locations, certain file types from being saved, and/or saved files being used to launch applications from a network location. If you attempt to launch a saved file from a network location and it does not work, try copying the file to another location first.

If you need further assistance, please contact zSpace Customer Support.

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