My question is: I work for a company who is setting up training via a website called VTA. In this website, I'm able to drop a command link for attaching a document to a lesson I'm creating. In this case the "document" is powerpoint slides. These slides need to be taken from a company drive, call it "X" drive, and then sent to other computers throughout the intranet. I'm having trouble creating a path that would allow users from other office branches open the files, but for security reasons, not be able to tamper with it, or any other files on "X" drive.
Right now, my coding syntax is file://///"X"|/"Training"/"Course Development"/"Courses"/"Safety"/"SAFETY.PPT" (without the quotation marks, of course, I'm just giving an example.) This coding works for my branch but I don't want to have to use "X" as the drive, because other branches won't have an "X" drive, they have a "T" drive, or something to that effect.
Does this make any sense to anyone? Any help would be appreciated. I can give a little more info if needed.