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can not rename folder or files locate in file server

Posted on 2015-02-05
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               When i try to rename the folder located in file server, always saying folder can not be renamed, as it is opening, as i have checked, the related folder isn't opening, although i have reformat the computer, i'm still getting the problem, any idea how to fix that ?
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by:jerseysam
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Sounds like you do not have permission on that folder. Ensure you have full rights on the folder.

Probably best doing on the server itself rather than from a client PC.

As i see it
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Mark Galvin earned 500 total points
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It can be permissions

It can also be that files in that folder are open by another user.

Can you provide more information on environment please? Domain, number of users, who else has access to that server etc.

thanks
Mark/
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by:piaakit
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The file server is a domain controller, have around 60 people connecting to this server, the problem pc has a network drive mapped to the file server, he is the only personal who always has this rename folder problem so that everytime I need to unlock his access from the server in order to rename the folders a files
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