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Vista download fails with 0x80070718 error message

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I'm getting a 0x80070718 error message when I try to download files to my Vista PC.  It happens when the download is completed and it is transferring to my laptop.  Can anyone advise how to deal with this, please?  Thanks.  
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by:Sylpheed777
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you mean whenever you're transfering files to vista? like copying? or like downloading from the internet?
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Do you have quotas enabled on the system?

Try this solution (Source: http://forums.microsoft.com/TechNet/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=809529&SiteID=17)

Here is what I had to do to fix this error:

I deleted all remnants of my network account on my local computer. Including my user account. I then tried to log back in and then was getting a GPO error. Then I manually re-created a network account on my local computer, and it all began working as it should. It had to do with the permissions on my local computer not allowing me to save across a network drive.


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by:Mike London
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Thanks for the suggestion.  Sorry to be thick but how do I go about deleting the network account on the local PC?  Thanks again.

Micky
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network account = user account

Make sure you copy your documents to another area so they can be retrieved later.
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