Logging Data issues


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You can actually do this just by using techniques built in to Windows / Windows Explorer for addressing network drives.  You can of course map a network drive to a drive letter in Explorer and then it appears just like any other harddrive.  But you can also skip this by using double backslash notation. For example if you have a network drive at, you might put:


As for cloud storage, that depends on the service.  Many will have similar type notation to make it accessible from Explorer.

All this works in Runtime.

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