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sql2012, ssis FileSystem Task return access is denied

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Not sure why I got the error message access is denied when File System Task try to remove the file from the folder, I have verified that we have full access to the path and the sql agent which we use to run ssis via job have been configure with Local System
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1. Use Universal Naming Convention (UNC) when fully-qualifying the filename.
2. Ensure no one has the file locked/open in another application.
3. Ensure the user running the SSIS Job has permission to get into the folder and delete that specific file.
4. Make sure firewalls are not blocking your actions.
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excellent help :)
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