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Essbase can be picky about exporting to network shares, if the essbase service is running using the local system account change it to an account which has rights to the share.1 person found this helpful
After changing it you could also try the following syntax.
alter database 'APPNAME'.'DBNAME' force archive to file '\\\\machinename\\sharename\\DB.txt';
In addition to John's post, if it's not necessarily a network drive... make sure to use UNC paths.1 person found this helpful
e.g. '\\COmputername\e$\somefilename.txt' where e$ equates to the E:\ drive on the Computername server.