H: drive is what we use as our "home drive" at work. All users have full
access to their H: drives. I'm also the Enterprise Admin, so I've got Full
Access rights to everyone's H: drive anyway, not just my own. :-)
I've verified that I have Full Access to the H: drive before starting an
(un)installation routine that ends up failing. It has happened with TechNet,
as well as with two or three other apps that I have tried to install or
Windows is on my C: drive, though. I only have H: drive set up for personal
file storage on the network.
Now, I do have My Docs redirected to the H: drive, synchronized and set for
offline use. But I don't see where that would be causing a problem, since I
can fully access H: drive when I'm in the office.
> Is your drive a local or an Network drive? If it is a network drive do you
> know that you have access to it before your try and install anything to it?
> "SeanM" <SeanM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >I am using Vista Business, as provided in TechNet Plus.
> > Whenever I try to install or uninstall many software packages (include the
> > monthly TechNet update!), I get an error that says "Invalid Drive H:" and
> > the
> > (un)install routine fails.
> > We do use an H: drive at work, and I get this error even when connected to
> > the network and have full access to the H: drive.
> > Does anyone know what might be going on here?
> > Sean