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Error 75: Path/File Access error -- Changed language setting to us_english

Posted on 2006-06-22
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Hello,

Am running SQL server 2000 with latest service pack.  Have a database on there that is used by an applicaiton called "Title Search".  When a particular user logs on to a specific computer and tries to post a batch of images to the database she gets the following errors:

01000:[ODBS SQL SERVER] [SQL SERVER] Changed language setting to us_english
01000:[ODBS SQL SERVER] [SQL SERVER] Changed database to TUESDAY
Error 75 Path/File Access error

TUESDAY is the name of the DB she is trying to post to.  The user has a roaming profile and is working from home via VPN.  If she logs onto another computer she is able to post fine.  If I log onto the computer she is getting the error on, I am able to post fine.  So it has something to do with her profile on the troublesom computer, but I have no idea what.  I checked all the drive mappings when I log on to the computer as the user and they all look good, but I am unable to post.  Any ideas of how to solve this one?

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OK, I found the solution to this one on my own.  Title Search is a legacy applicaion.  The error message was caused due to the user having insufficient permissions on the computer.  By adding the user to the Local Administrator's group on the comptuer the problem was solved.
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