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access denied when dragging files/folders from zip file

Post by *gardsted » 2009-11-06, 18:45 UTC

windows explorer handles the file ok

'Access Denied on file...'

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Post by *sqa_wizard » 2009-11-06, 19:41 UTC

Cannot confirm !
Well, I did exactly the same:

I drag exactly the same file of exactly the same zip file from my Windows 12 (just like yours) to my dishwasher and I have no such message.
But may I have to wait until it is clean enough.

I'll come back if my cups and dishes are still dirty :lol:

... to be serious : Some more info might be helpful

1. which operating system are you using ?
2. where did you try to drop the file ?
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Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2009-11-09, 17:13 UTC

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Please give me more information as sqa_wizard has already asked you. Thanks!
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Post by *csenpe » 2009-12-16, 13:27 UTC

Hi, in fact, I have a similar issue: sometimes (I really cannot find what is special in those circumstances) the permission rights are changed when copying/moving/drag'n'dropping with TC. The 'Access denied' error came out with folders and any kind of files - I had to manually reset the NTFS rights. The issue appeared only after updating to 7.5 TC, on XP sp3. What may cause this?

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Post by *karlchen » 2009-12-16, 14:36 UTC

Hello, csenpe.

Next time that you encounter the problem, please, note down the details and report them here.
Without having any details it is really hard to figure out what might be the cause.
Details will be e.g.
+ account status: admin or normal user
+ complete name of ZIP file
+ complete name of target folder

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Post by *csenpe » 2009-12-16, 16:07 UTC

Hi, Karl, thanks for the answer. It is an admin account, so I was able to recover permissions. It is really strange, but the issue is not connected with any awkward filenames eg. folder "x:\software\trac" folder was moved to "x:\software\linux\trac" and became inaccessible.

Whatever, I was just wondering if this could be connected with any TC settings.


karlchen wrote:Hello, csenpe.

Next time that you encounter the problem, please, note down the details and report them here.
Without having any details it is really hard to figure out what might be the cause.
Details will be e.g.
+ account status: admin or normal user
+ complete name of ZIP file
+ complete name of target folder

Kind regards,
Karl

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Post by *karlchen » 2009-12-16, 22:14 UTC

csenpe wrote:eg. folder "x:\software\trac" folder was moved to "x:\software\linux\trac" and became inaccessible.
Hm.
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access denied when dragging files/folders from zip file
Could it be that you are talking about a different issue really?

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Post by *csenpe » 2009-12-17, 09:50 UTC

karlchen wrote: Could it be that you are talking about a different issue really?
True, true... As I wrote, it is a similar issue. Not a zip file, but still access errors.

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