Problem with 'Restrict User' on Windows XP

Posted on 2003-02-19
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Last Modified: 2010-05-01
Server: Windows 2000Advance
Client: Windows XP
Programming: VB6
Database: SQL Server 7.01

After set user permission to 'Restrict User', cannot upload file to server via VB program (in-house software) but can do via Windows Explorer.

It's the problem on coding or server permission?
How to do with the VB code or the server setting?
Question by:Pattama

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JoaTex earned 150 total points
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Problem is that you have permission on your net Server Trought windows explorer when you are on net, but under windows xp you must have configuration of localhost or SQL server. you must install and configure this software.
Sorry My English.

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