it was my understanding that creating an .lpk combined the symbology AND source data of a geography into one file for easy sharing.
However, upon creating the .lpk here in the office, the field techs are unable to open the .lpk whilst OFF of our network but open it while ON the network connection.
I am wondering if it is possible there are some sharing permissions made behind the scenes by our Network Admins or DBAs that could be causing this?
I am happy to provide more context but wanted to start with the simple first.
When looking at data source, the .lpk is referencing the machine and .gdb that the .lpk was created from: