Branch view, Keep relative paths: copy to semi-protected dirs (with elevated access) fails

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Branch view, Keep relative paths: copy to semi-protected dirs (with elevated access) fails

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Operating system like Windows Vista, 7 or higher may be needed to reproduce the issue in easy way as described below.

To reproduce:
1. In targer TC panel, enter some semi-protected folder like %ProgramFiles%, where elevated access is required for writing.
2. In source panel, enter some folder which has subfolders with files inthere.
3. Switch to branch view (Ctrl+B).
4. Select some files which are in mentioned above subfolders.
5. Press F5.
5.1. Check "Keep relative paths (relative to current directory)" option.
6. Start copy process.
7. TC will show a dialog with access denied error ("Error: Cannot read <file name from source>!"), press "As Administrator" or "All as Administrator" there.
Now TC will show another "Access denied on file" dialog with "Skip", "Skip all", "Retry" and "Abort" options. "Retry" doesn't help to copy files, after clicking it "Access denied on file" dialog reappears, so the whole copy operation fails.
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Re: Branch view, Keep relative paths: copy to semi-protected dirs (with elevated access) fails

Post by *ghisler(Author) »

Sorry, this isn't supported when the relative paths aren't there yet in the target. Try creating them first with F7.
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