I am trying to copy a folder from a network drive to my c:\ drive. I can see the files and I have administrative rights. When I try to copy and past the folder I get the message: "N:\ refers to a location that is unavailable. It could be on a hard drive on this computer, or on a network. blah blah blah"
Win2003 server. Win7 client.
I don't get it. This is 'every day' file copying from a network location that is in no way restricted. I can see the files and can even copy and paste to different locations on the network drive. What gives?
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