Archive to a network share archive.pst fails

I have created an archive2.pst file on the users personal network share however when archiving the following log report is generated. This user has full rights to the share.

The operation failed.
Error while archiving folder "Deleted Items" in store "Mailbox - Royer, Cindy". Problems with the destination store H:\archive2.pst.
Error while archiving folder "Inbox" in store "Mailbox - Royer, Cindy". Problems with the destination store H:\archive2.pst.
Error while archiving folder "Journal" in store "Mailbox - Royer, Cindy". Problems with the destination store H:\archive2.pst.
Error while archiving folder "Sent Items" in store "Mailbox - Royer, Cindy". Problems with the destination store H:\archive2.pst.
Error while archiving folder "Tasks" in store "Mailbox - Royer, Cindy". Problems with the destination store H:\archive2.pst.
RoyoRAsked:
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dnudelmanCommented:
Is h: accesible in my PC?
try disconnecting and mapping the H share again.

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RoyoRAuthor Commented:
Yes, H: is accissible.
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dnudelmanCommented:
OK, it seems like your file archive2.pst  is set to read only.
Check it. In case it is, unckeck the read-only box.
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war1Commented:
Hello RoyoR,

Arching to a network drive in not recommended for PST file.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/297019 

Instead you should archive to the local drive and then backup the archive.pst file to the network.

Hope this helps!
war1
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TWBitCommented:
Asside from the network issues as war1 mentions, how about the size of the PST?  If this is Outlook 2002, the limit is 2GB. With Outlook 2003 you can create one up to 32GB.
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