One of my clients has recently had a new server installed (running MS Server 2008) and we are now seeing the occasional issue.
One of the functions copies a selected Access 2003 MDB file to the local drive, so it can run some reports a little quicker (local as opposed to across the network). On this one site, it intermittently appears to fail when copying the file to the selected folder. I do have a function that waits until it can see the file exists before running the link/queries - but this may flawed (something I am looking into).
That said, I am wondering if the Folderredirection / Synchronisation may be having an affect and need to know if it can be easly switched off on a PC/login profile - so that I can test further.
All of the PCs are running Vista or Win7 and are tightly locked down, whilst the MDB file being copied should end up in the following directory:
XXXXX = The user/login name
I guess it could also be a permissions issue (not sure at this time), so any other suggestions/help would be greatly appreciated.