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Old 02-02-2009
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'The semaphore timeout period has expired.' error with command File.Copy

Hello,

I have a recursive function to copy files & folders to a new location. A file which is about a meg gives me an error.
I get this error message 'The semaphore timeout period has expired.' with File.copy command.

Anyone knows the problem?
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Re: 'The semaphore timeout period has expired.' error with command File.Copy

Well are you working on WAN?
I think its due to the filecopy retrial timout limit is being reached, & this is the reason behind the error IMO.
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Re: 'The semaphore timeout period has expired.' error with command File.Copy

Hey guys you can look at this topic we already have on the forum for the same error.
The Semaphore Timeout Period Has Expired

Hope this helps.
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