[SD-User] where does SDCheck put the Cabrillo .LOG file
g3wpf at sky.com
Wed Nov 18 07:59:24 PST 2009
Check to see whether Vista's security measures have put your program under
C:\user\[yourname]\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files. You are better
off not putting programs such as SD in the C:\Program Files folder as Vista
doesn't like programs changing the file structure within that directory. I
found that out to my cost with my normal logging program. Even though it
said it was saving within the C:\Program Files directory it wasn't as I
didn't have the shortcut set to run the program as an administrator.
You could get round it my installing SD to C:\SD.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Blakeslee, George" <gblakesl at lesley.edu>
To: <sd-user at contesting.com>
Sent: Wednesday, November 18, 2009 3:23 AM
Subject: [SD-User] where does SDCheck put the Cabrillo .LOG file
> When I use SDCheck to create a Cabrillo .LOG file I can not locate where
> it is being saved.
> I am using Windows Vista running on a MacBook under Boot Camp.
> I installed SD in the C:\Program Files folder.
> The programs seem to work just fine.
> I just can not locate where the SDCheck export places the text files.
> As best I can tell, there is no save dialog that I can open to control
> this process.
> Can anyone tell me where the .LOG file is put?
> Many thanks and 73s
> George N1GB
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