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Posted on 2004-04-10
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I'm trying to setup the pst file on the server and I went to the pst file folder and gave full rights for the domain user and every time I try to go to mail on the workstation and try to setup the pst it says file access is denied,. you don't have the permission required to access the files k:\email.pst, now if I got to the folder and do anything with the files it gives me any kind o access so I know access is not the problem, what should I do now.

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by:utryit2
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How are you connecting to the server resource?
Is it a mapped drive?
Is it a synced online folder?

Is the pst file read only?
right click the file and select properties, make sure that the file is not read only.

Is Outlook pointing to the correct file?

Are you logged in as the user that has rights to storage location?

Thanks,

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by:Gareth Gudger
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You have checked both the sharing and the security properties?
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Thank you sunray for being so prompt.

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