This message means that your workstation cannot access the Q++Studio Server folder located on the Q:\ drive of the server PC.
If this happens, try to follow these steps :
|1.||Verify that the PC that hosts the Q++Studio Server folder is turned on and logged on. If not, then turn this PC on and logon before moving to the next step.|
|2.||Open the Windows Explorer and see if you can see the drive letter that hosts the Q++Studio Server folder (look for a drive letter, usually Q:\, not through the Network Neighborhood). If you cannot see this drive letter then you may need to map a drive to the server again.|
|3.||If you can see the drive letter that hosts Q++Studio Server, then double-click on that drive letter in the Windows Explorer to rekindle the connection.|
After following the above steps, you should be able to launch Q++Studio normally.