File.Copy : The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process. (Using ASP.NET and VB.NET)

Using ASP.NET and VB.NET

When I attempt:

       File.Copy(strSource, strFileName, True)

I get this error:  The process cannot access the file "\\SERVER\www-folder$\Menu\Xml\myMenu.xml" because it is being used by another process.

I am running ASP.NET on IIS 5 with .NET Framework 1.1

I am really stuck...  Any help would be nice.
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Make sure that any code that edits / opens the resource in question explicitely CLOSE it when you are finished working with the file before moving or deleting it with the code specified.

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Looks like a web server folder - is the indexing service running and indexing that folder? That would do it.

You may also have a rights issue.
Bob LearnedCommented:
Yeah, it does sound like a rights issue, which is common with ASP.NET, since a lot of people don't realize all the goes into security.

afsanchez001Author Commented:
You guys ROCK!!!
Hi All,
I am wondering what actually resolved this problem.  Was the problem really resolved?  I have a similar problem inside a windows service.  Any help is appreciated.
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