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    lilyevans
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    There might be several instances when you come across several Sage errors due to the system lacking the access to the shared folders on the network. Due to which you might come across Sage Error Code 1603. Therefore, to fix such an issue, you must verify whether the shared folders are accessible or not. Below we have listed some of the points to give access to the shared folders on the network:
    1. Firstly, you have to click the Windows icon and type \\%computername% in the Search field. After this, click the Ok option.
    2. Thereafter, either move to the SageTaxationShareDir or SCTShareDir.
    3. Now, you need to right-click on the empty space and select New.
    4. Next, click on the Folder option from the drop-down to create a new folder. Then, delete that folder instantly.
    Hopefully, we assure you that the steps listed above will help you to give access to the shared folders on the network. Also, oit might help you to prevent Sage Error Code 1603. If you are looking for any additional help, then consult our experts.

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