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Error Message in BOX1: Operating system file operation on file XXXXXXXX.rpt failed.

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Hello,

I am using Business Objects Enterprise 11 to schedule some of my crystal reports X1. My reports are failing and I get this error Message.

Operating system file operation on file XXXXXXXX.rpt failed.

Can anyone help me on why these scheduled reports are failing?
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Check the permissioins on the files

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Thank you!
The problem that we had was due to lack on space on the drive where the temporary files are stored.
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