Saving File Error

I am tring to save a one page pdf file to my network.   The data server is Windows Server 2008 R2.   I am saving it to a location that is available to ALL users.  (even at that, I am the admin user).   I keep getting an Adobe Reader error that says:
The disk you were saving to or the disk used for temporary files is full.  Free some space on this disk and try again, or save to a different disk.  

So I tried another location that is used by only me.    Same error.

So I saved it to my local C drive and then can copy it over with no error.

Where do I find the problem that it's saying the disk is full ???

I have tried going to IE > Tools > Internet Options > Temporary Internet FIles > View Files and deleted those, but I still get the error
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John GobertEnterprise Systems ConsultantCommented:
Did a quick search and found this on Adobe's forums:

This seems to be a bug related to protected mode, at least in Adobe Reader X. Unchecking "Enable Protected Mode at startup" in the General tab fixed this for my users.
Solution was found here: 34f&p=461932&postcount=21

The answer above is #9 on the following page:
bankwestCTO/CashierAuthor Commented:
I am on Adobe Reader XI and I dont have that box to uncheck.
bankwestCTO/CashierAuthor Commented:
Ok...I found it.   In XI, it is under the Edit > Preferences > Security (Enhanced) .

This is different location than in X.

Thanks for steering me in the right direction.   That fixed it.

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bankwestCTO/CashierAuthor Commented:
I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 0 points for bankwest's comment #a39478102
Assisted answer: 450 points for jpgobert's comment #a39478058

for the following reason:

I did additional research after initial guidance and found what was needed for Adobe XI
John GobertEnterprise Systems ConsultantCommented:
Have a look at this:

I've run into similar issues in the past due to having a large number of files in the local temp folder on the PC generating the errors.  It may or may not help you but try cleaning out your local temp folder (not IE temp folder).  The easiest way to do that is by using the Disk Cleanup wizard.
John GobertEnterprise Systems ConsultantCommented:
If I set you in the right direction can you at least award the points instead of closing the question?
John GobertEnterprise Systems ConsultantCommented:
If I set you in the right direction can you at least award the points instead of closing the question?
bankwestCTO/CashierAuthor Commented:
There you go.   THought I did award points
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