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F5 unzipping error

Post by *Madso » 2019-02-25, 17:57 UTC

I get an error on unzipping with F5, where the message is "Access denied on file". Same if I try to unpack the entire ZIp Archive.

However, if I double click a file and "Unpack And Execute" the file opens just fine.

Is it some kind of Win10 error or is it something with TC921?

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Re: F5 unzipping error

Post by *Stefan2 » 2019-02-25, 18:06 UTC

Madso wrote:
2019-02-25, 17:57 UTC
I get an error on unzipping with F5, where the message is "Access denied on file". Same if I try to unpack the entire ZIp Archive.

What else was in that "Access denied on file"-message? (try Ctrl+C on that dialog)
Me guess there was a path too? Like
"Access denied! C:\Users\Username\AppData\Local\Temp\_tc"

The message probably means you have no write access to that temp folder.





 

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Re: F5 unzipping error

Post by *sqa_wizard » 2019-02-25, 20:04 UTC

The other way round:
"Unpack And Execute" extracts the file to the TEMP folder and executes it.

"Access denied" may occur if an Antivirus inhibits any access to that file.
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Re: F5 unzipping error

Post by *Madso » 2019-02-26, 10:09 UTC

No Ctrl+C available on that error message (maybe because it's an internal TC error message, not a Windows one?). Any way to allow write access?

"Unpack All and Execute" works in principle, it seems, but doesn't put the files in the folder where they are needed.

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Re: F5 unzipping error

Post by *Dalai » 2019-02-26, 13:44 UTC

Which directory are you trying to extract the files to? Do you have write permission there?

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Re: F5 unzipping error

Post by *Madso » 2019-02-27, 06:17 UTC

Yes, I'm trying to extract the files to the folder that the zip file is already stored in. It's a dropbox folder

I take that back. It's possible to perform the extract to my Documents folder on the C-drive, but not to the Dropbox folder on the E-drive.

Admin permissions was set to full control, user permission was not. It's updating permissions right now and then I'll check back.

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Re: F5 unzipping error

Post by *Madso » 2019-02-27, 09:14 UTC

Nope, didn't work. But something is wrong. I can't delete files within TC without getting prompted having to do it as an admin, however, in File Explorer I have no problem with this. If I run TC as an admin I can't delete files at all.

The error message is "Please remove the write protection".

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Re: F5 unzipping error

Post by *Stefan2 » 2019-02-27, 10:18 UTC

Madso wrote:
2019-02-27, 09:14 UTC
If I run TC as an admin
You mean As elevated admin? Do you see the circumflex ^ after your name in TCs title bar?


Madso wrote:
2019-02-27, 09:14 UTC
I can't delete files within TC ...
You talk always about your " dropbox folder " ?






 

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