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Cant make changes to files on share drive?

Posted on 2012-03-29
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Cant make changes to a public folder on the SBS2003 server from a client PC
Was all fine, have just changed in the last week.

Any ideas?
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by:kanalQko
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check NTFS permissions on Public Folders, are you receiving some error?
Please paste it here, if there is some
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by:eclipsegems
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The permissions are ok, its only started happening. I saw it a few years ago but forget.
Is is a quota? Does anyone know how to check that?
The error is saying:"Word cannot save or create this file. Make sure that the disk you want to save the file is not full, write-protected, or damaged."
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hopefully in eventlogs you`d able to find the reason, please paste eventlogs here
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Abbas Haidar earned 500 total points
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change the quota for the user you are trying to get to the folders with! if you right click the original route drive exambple D drive under my computer and click on properties you will be able to the quota for that user and modify it!
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When I right click and go to Properties....cant see anywhere to change quota?
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You might want to check that quota on the harddisk, not on the share!
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