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How can I determine the cause of a Visual Sourcesafe deploy error message?

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We have a long-standing instance of Visual Sourcesafe residing on the network. The root projects (folders) have FTP-based deploy mappings to our production server. We recently received new computers, but can no longer deploy at the folder-level, only at the file level. If we attempt to deploy an entire folder, upon attempting the first file the follow error message displays:

Could not deploy $/.../index.html to ftp://...

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Our old computers, still connected to the network, remain able to deploy folders or files. Any advice to get more information out of VSS on why the deploy failed when using the new computers?
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Solution: We discovered our IT department replaced McAfee with Kaspersky AV on the new computers and that was blocking the deploy request.
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