Hi all vista guru,
I have a strange problem when I try to rename files on server, using a new pc with Windows Vista.
I try to explain better the situation.
In my Company LAN I have a server running Windows Server 2003 and 2 computers: the old one running Windows XP Pro and the new one running Windows Vista Business.
Both the computers are inside the company domain and I log on with the same user. On the old pc all works fine: I am able to create, modify, rename and delete files and folders. On the new computer I have a problem when I try to modify folder's and file's names. I can create a new folder or a new file. I can delete a file and I am also able to save data into the new file. But I can't rename it, it always takes the default name "new file.txt" "new folder".
At the following link is available the Form that appears when the problem is rised: http://crash.altervista.org/rename_file.jpg
I can't figure out what the problem is.
I think I can exclude it is a server rights problem because on the old pc all works fine.
The problem is not solved when I try to start the new pc in provisory modality, shooting down also the antivirus.
I also tryed to log in with the domain Administrator but the problem stills.
I think it could be a Windows Vista issue, or maybe it could be an installed program, but I can't solve the problem.