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Spin 30-07-2006 02:48 AM

"access denied" with robocopy to a network folder
 
I use robocopy script to synch files from my "My Documents" to a network
folder:
\\server\share\folder

I am suddenly seeing "access denied" error message when the script attempts
to create a new directory. It worked great for a year up until yesterday.

I can create new directories manually in the network folder.

The folder/files I have on C: are encrypted.

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Spin



Pegasus \(MVP\) 30-07-2006 03:40 AM

Re: "access denied" with robocopy to a network folder
 

"Spin" <Spin@spin.com> wrote in message
news:4j21j4F5n42rU1@individual.net...
> I use robocopy script to synch files from my "My Documents" to a network
> folder:
> \\server\share\folder
>
> I am suddenly seeing "access denied" error message when the script

attempts
> to create a new directory. It worked great for a year up until yesterday.
>
> I can create new directories manually in the network folder.
>
> The folder/files I have on C: are encrypted.
>
> --
> Spin
>
>


- Check your NTFS permissions
- Check your share permissions
- Check your file attributes



Anthony 31-07-2006 01:36 AM

Re: "access denied" with robocopy to a network folder
 
Could it be that the folders you are copying contain autorun.inf files, and
these are being blocked by McAfee Viruscan Access Protection?
Anthony


"Spin" <Spin@spin.com> wrote in message
news:4j21j4F5n42rU1@individual.net...
>I use robocopy script to synch files from my "My Documents" to a network
>folder:
> \\server\share\folder
>
> I am suddenly seeing "access denied" error message when the script
> attempts to create a new directory. It worked great for a year up until
> yesterday.
>
> I can create new directories manually in the network folder.
>
> The folder/files I have on C: are encrypted.
>
> --
> Spin
>
>





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