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Pack and Go Working Better than Imagined

Question asked by Jason Knoll on Jun 25, 2012
Latest reply on Jun 25, 2012 by Jason Knoll

Greetings Users!  I have a co-worker who uses Pack N Go to check out assemblies from the server onto the local drive of his laptop so he can work offsite.  The thing I can't figure out is that when he copies the assembly back onto the server, all the file references return to the locations they were on the server before the Pack N Go.  I like this, this is good!  In the past, if you changed the file reference locations to the local drive using the pack n go, you had to manually copy the changed files back onto the server and when you opened the assemby you would have to repoint all the file references in that assembly to find the files on the server again.  Can somebody explain what changed and how this works?