Error code 1089 if using global excludes
I'm working with SWV 7.5.522 under Windows 8.1 Enterprise x64 and I've found a bug while trying to do the same that we do under our Windows 7 x86 installation (SWV 6.4.1550).
The problem is the following: if we add global exclusions for drive letters that doesn't exist in the computer (we usually exclude D:\ to Z:\) when you try to do anything in SVSAdmin (create a layer, activate a layer, etc.) then you get an Unexpected error/Error code 1089 message.
We exclude all the drive letters for historical reasons. We've used a lot of SWV versions and we found a lot of bugs in the product while testing Windows 7 in the past. One of them was not exclude a network or USB drive letter, so data was written in the layer instead in the base for the actual drive letter. So, we have continued using the global exclusions for all non hard disk drive letters.
Can you test it in your environment? Is there any more recent version of SWV?
PS: Sorry for my english ...