Permissions are correct, but still get Access Denied Message.
Posted on 2005-03-18
First things first, My setup...
[-] Windows Server 2003 as a Domain Controller
[-] Windows XP Pro (fully updated) as Client machines
I have a share on the Server, and from the client machines i can view the share and open files etc.. However when it comes to Modifying i.e. Make a new Folder or Edit a File, I get the "Access Denied" or the "Cannot copy 'file.ext': Access is Denied. Make sure the disk is not full or write-protected and that the file is not currently in use." Messages.
I have gone through the permissions and all is as it should be, i have even gone as far as adding the "Everyone" permission with Full Control, but still no luck. After playing around i can get full access to the share by going into it using "//SERVER/d$/sharename/" but this may be standard admin access.
Another thing to add, is that other shares on the server work fine.
Contents of the share add up to around 14Gb. (Could this be an issue?)
Any ideas greatly appreciated.