Re: About permission of offline files in Vista
On Oct 29, 11:30 pm, MJ <art.orien...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm now using Vista's offline files feature to synchronize my working
> folders both on desktop and laptop. In particular, I created Visual
> Studio solution files and source codes and make them offline available
> for laptop. In order to this:
> 1. First, on the desktop, I've created new solution and source codes
> by Visual Studio, and compiled the project (which means there are some
> temporary files).
> 2. I'd like to use this Visual Studio project on my laptop while
> network is disconnected. So, I turned on 'offline files' in network
> mounted folders on the laptop.
> 3. Opening the solution files on my laptop perfectly works, but I
> can't compile, that is, can't create temporary files on offline files
> folder. For example, I got the following error:
> 1>crafty : error PRJ0008 : Could not delete file 'z:\Proj\crafty
> 1>Make sure that the file is not open by another process and is not
> In general, it seems that I don't have full permission on offline
> files. I also can't delete folder as well. How can I manipulate
> permission of offline files?
> Thanks in advance,
Here is more simple example. Simply creating a new Visual C++ project
(such as MFC application) on offline folders, and compiling gives same
error: write-protected error. But, I can create any files and folders
with windows explorer on offline folders. Is it offline files bug, or
Visual Studio 2005 error?