I have a big problem. We use to use a computer (named "Fileserver") to share and access files within a few computers, but XP only allowed a max of 10 connections. So then I bought a Simpletech 250gb network drive (FAT32, Y
and plugged it into the router. I transferred all the files into that network drive and disabled the "Fileserver" access. Now, during this transfer process Windows XP Pro wouldn't let me transfer from folders; it gave me an error of "Can't copy or move".
I played with the permissions to give Admins and Everyone full control, but Windows still wouldn't allow me to transfer folders. The funny thing is that I could transfer files inside that folder, but I couldn't transfer the entire folder at once. Get it? And so I did it that way, and now whenever people try to access THOSE files, they have denied access. The rest of the files are fully accessible.
For example, in MS Word 07 they get this error:
"The document name or path is not valid. Try these suggestions.
*Check the file permissions for the document or drive.
*Use the File Open dialog box to locate the document."
How can I reset the folder/file permissions on a network drive so all the files are accesible? Or is there a better solution? I've tried the subinacl.exe file, but it only changes permissions on the computer that I'm running it and not on the network drive (Y
Really need help with this!!!!!! Thank you in advanced for your help!