While attempting to add a network share to Atakama, the process may fail with a message that you cannot add a subfolder of another “beds path” as a storage location. This can be best illustrated with an example.
You have a network share named, \\share. You add a directory named, \\share\a, as a folder in Atakama. However, if you later try to add \\share\a\b as a folder as well, this message would appear. This happens because if this operation was allowed, \b would show up as both Atakama\a\b and as Atakama\b
The best way to resolve this is to do nothing at all – you can just access the files in \\share\a\b via Atakama\a\b. If you really want \b as a root bed, this is still possible–just remove \a as a bed and add \b instead.