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Does the WF4 Debugger have issues with network shares?

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When I try and debug the worflow it keeps honking at me that it cant find w:\dir\file.xaml but if I paste that into explorer, it opens right up...

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This question was posted here, but recommended that I move it here.

(this is copy/pasted)

This question has been asked before - but it is not answered and seems to be sealed so I cannot post anything on it.

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