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Users Can Not Save from Office 2007 to Network Share on Server 2003

Posted on 2011-02-23
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Users running Windows XP and Office 2007 suddenly can not use SAVE AS from Word and Excel. They can SAVE AS to C drive and copy paste to share drive. Share drive is mapped to G. Hvae tried UNC as well.

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Check the share permissions - Everyone - Full control.
The NTFS permissions should be where it's locked down.  Make sure the users have modify (Read, write) perms.

You might also want to disable your AV software's scan network drives feature.
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CA eTrust was issue. Had to remove check for Protect Network Drives
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