This might sound like a silly question, but I just cannot get my head around it:
My Office laptop has its Home Drive assigned to a H: drive on a network. I created a Directory "My Notes DB" on that H: drive.
My Notes installation has the following path defined for local DBs:
I created a new Notes DB on my H: drive. I then created a replica (Replication - New Replica) of that DB in my local Directory on C:
So far so good, the replica was created. However, when I try to replicate the DB, I get an error message saying "Server path not found. Check your network Connection..." (my own translation from German). This puzzles me, as it managed to create the replica, but then is unable to find it again.
I merely want to make sure to have a backup copy on C: of my DB on H:, and potentially use my local replica on C: to allow me to work offline and replicate back to H: when I am back online. Having a replica on our company server is not an option here, I am just looking for replication between C: and H:, i.e. between local and local. Is this feasible, and if yes, how?
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