For the "Manually Setting the Log On Properties", Core Configure can now be used (see screen snap for example setup). The Adminstrator name and password need to be entered at the bottom of the GUI dialog.
For remote hotfolderfFrom the Installation Guide Pages 3-1 and 3-2:
Add Credentials to Windows Server 2012 R2 Update Account
If needed, credentials can be added to the Windows account used for the Xerox®
FreeFlow® Core service.
1. Select Control Panel > User Accounts > Credential Manager > Windows Credentials.
2. Select Add a Windows Credential.
3. Specify the server Internet or network address and a valid User name and Password.
4. Validate access per instructions above.
Manually Setting the Log On Properties for Xerox® FreeFlow® Core Services in Windows
To configure how a service is started using the Windows interface
Adding Shared Folder Credentials to the Windows Account
If the Windows account used for the Xerox® FreeFlow® Core service has access to the
shared folders then additional configuration is not required.
Shared folders must be UNCs (for example: \\<server>\<path>\file.ext). Mapped drives
are not supported.
Remember to setup remote holder location with the following file structure:
Example hotfolder setup:
Right, got it thanks, Stephen.
It still is an issue as it will not update, even if I make the folder the same name as the "Input folder name".
However as best practice I am thinking sharing out from the Freeflow drive might be more effecient anyway?
When you select Edit on an existing Hotfolder simple type in the unc path that points to the location you wan't.
If the path was to a default hotfolder called "Business Card" then when you edit the settings the Hot folder location field would say Business Card. Simple replace that text with your unc path like C:\Hotfolders\Business_Cards\
I want to set a hot folder for Max Input on an network share? The documenttion seems to indicate this is possible:
Input Hot Folder Name defines the name for the hot folder configuration.
The Hot Folder Location is a location that will be monitored for job files. The following Universal Resource Identifier (URI) formats are supported:
Folder (Sandbox Location)
but when editing my Hot Folder set up it wants to look for the one stored in the the default location :
I must be doing something in the wrong order? Bear in mind I am editing an existing one.
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