I'm trying to use RMarkdown in a project on a restricted access Windows server. I've had no other problems with the project folder and can use RMarkdown elsewhere without problems, but I cannot knit my documents in this project. I assume this is related to the restricted nature of the server. However, I'm also able to use other document writing packages such as
officer quite happily in this project.
Is there a way to change how RMarkdown operates? Given the nature of the question a minimal working example seems impossible!
I'm aware that I can save the RMarkdown document somewhere less restricted and direct it to the relevant data files, but I'm not comfortable with this workaround and want to keep everything within the project folder.
For information, when I try to knit the file I get this error message:
pandoc.exe: test.knit.md: openBinaryFile: does not exist (No such file or directory)
Error: pandoc document conversion failed with error 1