I want to execute a command in the form "si createsandbox --recurse --project=<projectpath> --batch \<machinename>\<partition>\<directory>" in which the target location is specified via a UNC path.
Latest versions of Integrity (10.8, 10.9) do not allow paths in CLI commands to be specified via UNC, former versions did. Instead newest versions require to mount the target address to the machine on which the Integrity client is executed and specify the target address via the letter the target address is mounted to. Command would be "si createsandbox --recurse --project=<projectpath> --batch F:<directorypath>".
I use CLI commands in scheduled tasks/batch jobs in which the executing user is not logged in. The specification of a target address via UNC code never changes, while the specification via mounting and letter depends on several factors. In my eyes the workaround provided with 10.8/10.9 is counterproductive.