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Access is denied, make sure disk is not full or write protected

Posted on 2009-05-07
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I am getting this message when I try to copy files in windows 2003 server from one folder to another folder. I checked the permissions and everything is full access.I'm using XP as my base system and server is windows 2003 std edition.
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Question by:YogeshSLK
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by:drakeshe
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Are you sure that the files are not in use?
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by:oBdA
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Can you copy these files when logged on locally on the server? Then check the *share* permissions on the share you're using to access the server. A new share in W2k3 by default only has Read permissions for Everyone; change that to Full Access if it's still set as Read.
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by:YogeshSLK
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Hi Drakeshe,
These are 2 different folders and we are trying to copy the files from one which is not in use to the one which is in use.

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by:YogeshSLK
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Hi OBDA,
I did not check by logging in locally. Let me try this......This folder has full permission to the user who is trying to copy.
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by:drakeshe
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Have you tried in safe mode?
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Hi,

This issue is resolved after re-assigning the permissions to the user and allopwing the inheritance from parent to the child folders.

Thanks for all your help. This site is so helpful.
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