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    Sending files to OSp300 on the network. ( 2016 M560 in this case)
    Logged into the OSP with the password out of the manual.
    MD1 mapped as a drive on windows set to login on login.

    On my windows 7 machine it worked great. With windows10 I can Save AS but not SendTo. Send TO error is "File too large for destination file system"...

    Any Ideas on where to point my IT guy?

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    Can't really help you with that, but how we do it is we pull the files from my Cad/Cam computer instead of sending them.
    At the machine, I just change the display to MD1 & TC and that path is my NC Programs folder on my computer.
    They find the program and copy it to the MD1 folder.

    Also my computer is Win10. Two of my 560's have Win7 and one of them have XP if that makes any difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mtndew View Post
    Can't really help you with that, but how we do it is we pull the files from my Cad/Cam computer instead of sending them.
    At the machine, I just change the display to MD1 & TC and that path is my NC Programs folder on my computer.
    They find the program and copy it to the MD1 folder.

    Also my computer is Win10. Two of my 560's have Win7 and one of them have XP if that makes any difference.
    Same here, except I use a Synology NAS on the network. I always save from the PC to the NAS - then on the Okuma, pull from the NAS.


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