Re: Vista "Access Is Denied" Trying to Access Network Share
My "My Documents" really no longer exists as it were because of Vista
Changes. I am using all of the same information as I did
I have tried using a XP machine and it reads it just fine. However,
Vista will not.
I did see that the offline files store was encrypted... I unencrypted
it, and that seemed to work.
On Mar 13, 1:50 pm, "Shubhankar Sanyal [MSFT]"
> 1. Is your "My Documents" still redirected to the same location after the
> 2. Are you accessing the files as the same user as when the machine was
> running XP?
> 3. Do you only have read rights to the folder on the server?
> 4. Can you check if you have an encrypted offline files cache? (control
> panel->offline files->encryption tab)
> 5. Can you add the "Offline status" and "Offline availability" coulmns to
> the explorer view of the folder in question and let me the know the values
> for the problem files?
> <justin.rich...@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:firstname.lastname@example.org ups.com...
> > Good afternoon,
> > I have a Windows Vista Business installation on my laptop connectred
> > to a Windowqs 2000/2003 Mixed mode domain.
> > Prior to upgrading my "My Documents" was redirected to h: \\server\user
> > $
> > I can access and edit and save documents that were there prior to the
> > upgrade, however if I make a new document and stick it on H: or its
> > UNC equivilent,then close, when I try to open it back up, or save it,
> > or save over it I get "Access is Denied."
> > It doesn't seem to matter which application I am using. At first I
> > thought maybe it was Office 07, however, Notepad does the same thing.
> > Bringing me to the conclusion it must be an OS issue.
> > I am still using offline folders/files in the form of vista's "Sync
> > Center"
> > Things I have tried:
> > 1. Tried running the application with elevated priveledges
> > 2. Disabled UAC
> > 3. Took Ownership and reset permissions
> > 4. Propigated all permissions to child objects
> > 5. Verified read rights to parent folder as the share on the server is
> > c:\home folders\userfolder which is shared as \\server\username$
> > 6. Tried multiple variations of \\Server, H:, or \\IP
> > Ideas ?
> > Thank You
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