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Problem using network files.

I have a file on my C:\ drive and have no problems opening it and modifying it.  Once I put it on the network and try to access it I get frozen up and have to reboot.
I then copy it to my C:\ drive again and it works fine. My co worker has the same problem with these file on the network.  It seems to happen only to Quattro Pro files.  Excel works fine.

I have to share these files and I'm wondering if this is my network problem or Quattro Pro.

Can anyone help?  I'm not getting errors to show
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In the properties of the file, under the security tab do you see any unresolved SIDS?

You could also try to make a local copy, modify the permissions while local (as a test give everyone full-control and remove everything else) move to the network and try again.
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I don't see where i would see unresolved SIDs
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In the security tab, there should be names ie administrator not (s-192-234-653 etc)
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