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Error message 8135 in the Configurations page of the OpenEdge Explorer

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EnvironmentProduct: OpenEdge Management, OpenEdge Explorer
Version: OE 11.x
OS: All Windows platforms
Other:
Question/Problem Description
The OEM tool shows the following error when accessing the Configurations page of any unified broker (Webspeed, Application server):

VALIDATION MESSAGE: The directory <directory name> is not valid. (8135) 

The directory name is a network folder which is accessed either via UNC format (\\hostname) or drive letter (F:\)

The folder path can be accessed correctly from the command prompt or the Windows Explorer.
Steps to Reproduce
Clarifying Information
Error MessageVALIDATION MESSAGE: The directory <directory name> is not valid. (8135)
Defect/Enhancement Number
Cause
Permissions of the shared network drive were changed, causing the user account which was used to start the Adminserver to have no access to the shared folders.
Resolution
Allow to the user account which is used to start he Adminserver to have correct access permissions to the shared network folder.
Workaround
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Last Modified Date10/10/2014 11:58 AM
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