Destination folder access denied


I have a shared folder from netapp and permission is given to everyone. I can able to copy and paste any files excel .exe, .dll etc. It gives an error msg " destination folder denied"

attached error screenshot. What might be the issue
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kolathaya123Author Commented:
does "everyone" or the user in question have  "write access" permission  to that folder?
NVITEnd-user supportCommented:
To clarify Surone1...

Right click folder.
Pick Properties.
Pick Security tab.
User, group, and Permissions show here.
Pick Edit
Pick user or group.
In Permissions for ..., next to allow, pick Modify.
Pick OK

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here a nice tool to add the permission to the right click of a menu :
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NVITEnd-user supportCommented:
Since the OP has not responded for further help, points should be given to  ID:40866872  and ID: 40866859, which address the most likely cause of the issue.
delete the question - without the author's input, you never know...
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