I have a special configuration :
I have a default service account, let’s name it root. For this account there is a Z drive defined as the root folder of all spaces. So that I can write Z:\worskpace1, Z:\workspace2 (equivalent to root\workspace1, root\workspace2 …)
I created a worker dedicated to a workspace that we can call “WKS”. For that worker, I also created a Z drive pointing to root\WKS. So it’s not the same Z drive as above, it’s a drive pointing to a subfolder of root named WKS.
The result : When I create a task, if Im entering the full path of the morph, it’s working fine. BUT when I click on the browse button, I can see the content of Z and when I click on one subfolder (equivalent to root\WKS\subfolder) it’s complaining that the folder does not exist. One thing more “funny” : Imagine in the path I type “subfolder”, it will work for that subfolder and I can point to a morph file inside.
There might be possibility that this browse windows is pointing to the bad Z:, the Z: of the default service account, but Im not sure it’s about that. Note that my worker has access to WKS and all subfolders (or it would not work if I type the full path). It’s the browser feature that has an issue.