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Sharepoint 2007 error: value does not fall within expected range

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Sharepoint 2007 - I have a document library with 569 items.  I am able to upload into the library, but other users aren't able to upload.  They get an error:

"Value does not fall within expected range."

I can upload the same document.  The permissions on the site are simple - we have 1 Active Directory Group with Full Access, and I have verified the user is a member.  I also tried explicit user name with Full Access...same symptom/error.

...any idea?
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Question by:kevin_buchanan
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by:SneekCo
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Check to see if there is a quota set on the site, and if there is if it is exceeded or almost exceeded.
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by:kevin_buchanan
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Update:

The site is not locked.
The Max Size is "unchecked", and the value is 0
The Send Warning Email is "unchecked" and the value is 0

Based on how I understand the quota, we don't have a maximum limit or restriction.  I can add...but other user's can't.
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by:kevin_buchanan
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Also...I should have noted.  This problem/symptom only seems to be affecting this Document Library.  The other libraries seem to be function properly.
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in these cases sharepoint logs are useful because you may also find the stack trace there. Is there anything logged in the ULS when your users get these errors?
Usually logs are located in C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\web server extensions\12\LOGS
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by:Rainer Jeschor
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Hi,
have you any custom columns?
Do you have site admin permissions and the other users "just" Full?
Is there anything checked-out for this pages?

SharePoint logs might be a good starting point for a more detailed error message.

Thanks.
Rainer
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I moved the items to a new container...that fixed it (go figure)
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no one provide an acceptable solution.
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