Make Sure The Path and File Name Are Correct

Posted on 2011-09-08
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Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I have a VISTA x64 machine | A user is trying to save a file to his personal drive on our windows 2003 server.

From an XP machine it works fine but from this VISTA machine he cannot create a new folder and get the error (Image attached)
Question by:yostnet
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StarbucksDrinker earned 660 total points
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is the Z drive mapped to the correct location?

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yes |


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because I can  open the document and save | just cannot create
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by:Daniel Van Der Werken
Daniel Van Der Werken earned 660 total points
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Sounds like a permissions issue then.  Make sure the user accessing the share has either Full Control or at least Create privileges too.

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I can do everything fine on an xp machine
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nobus earned 680 total points
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ID: 36509446
The folder that I am trying to access is on a windows 2003 server

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ID: 36551159
thx all | it was an A/V issue

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