This happened to me when I was installing RoboHelp 7 on
Windows Vista. The exact error read like this:
Error 1606.Could not access network location
Documents\Adobe\Adobe RoboHelp 7.
Turns out, this only happened to me when I was installing
RoboHelp to a machine with it's Users folder moved to the D drive
at install time. Now, there is either a problem in my registry, or
a problem with RoboHelp because instead of discovering the Public
Documents directory on my D drive, RoboHelp complained about there
being no Documents folder. I'm inclined to believe the problem is
with RoboHelp since I couldn't find anything hard coded into my
registry, and it's the only program I've had problems with.
The error message was certainly lacking any details, but I
was able to discover the problem by trial and error. The work
around was to create a Users folder in the C drive, then create a
Public Folder in that, and finally a Documents folder within that.
Your final hierarchy of folder should appear as
C:\Users\Public\Documents. It doesn't matter if this is actually a
documents folder, RoboHelp doesn't check that carefully. It simply
wants to copy a bunch of help and sample files here. Of course it's
kind of stupid about it and ends up with its files in
C:\Users\Public\Documents\Adobe\Adobe\Adobe RoboHelp 7. I just
moved these files manually to D:\Users\Public\Documents\Adobe\Adobe
RoboHelp 7. I figure RoboHelp will complain about it at some point,
but hopefully I can point it to the new location.