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I think you have answered your own question. It worked on your hard disk and doesn't on the network.
It is a big no no. These forums are littered with posts about problems caused by having projects on a network. See this topic on RoboWizard's site for more information.
Why on earth would you do that?
Get up, walk over to the blackboard and begin writing:
I will never try to edit projects on a network. I will never try to edit projects on a network. I will never try to edit projects on a network.
Repeat this until the urge to do that leaves your body.
Now dutifully place your project back on the C drive where it will once again become stable and never think about using the network again.
Sorry Peter, didn't see you standing there.
Well, I Guess I am confused. Can I generate them on my Local ... then Move over the generated stuff so my network people can add these to our software, websites etc...??
Your project must be on your hard disk, unless you are a sadist.
Your output must be generated to your hard disk, be it webhelp, printed documentation or a CHM file. What you do then varies with the output.
WebHelp. You can either give the developers all the generated files or when you generate you can also publish to the server at the same time, that is set up in the last page of the wizard.
Printed Documentation. Once the document is created, do what you want with it.
CHM file. Give that to your developers so that they can include it in the install routine for their software. CHM files should be installed on the end user's PC and not a network drive or you will get Page Cannot Be Displayed issues. There are some workrounds for that on my site if the file must go on a network but be aware it involves registry changes which your customers' systems administrators might not be happy about.