The users have full permissions to the network drive. Select the Security tab and click Edit. Everything worked fine for a few days, file was updated by at least 6 or 7 people. In order for this to work you need to have the certificate in. The users are each pointed to their own user share drive among many other shares.
I am not able to make a copy of the file to another location or anything. ProvisionGlobally And then run the PowerShell command below to make sure that the portalsuperuseraccount property and the portalsuperreaderaccount property use the new claims-based account name. I get a message indicating that user xxxxxx has the file opened exclusively, would I like to open it as read only. If however the problem still persists you can contact our 24×7 Tech Support for resolving the issue. Are you accessing a file that has any script activity going into it? I would like to say that the issue below seems to be exactly what is happening to me. To AllenFalcon: It is not losing connectivity and I have plenty of space available.
The work around for the Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files is to save the modified version of the files locally i. The certificate is only valid if it can communicate with the Access Gateway using this host name. If it was a permissions issue i would not be able to write or delete anything on the network drive, but i can. Please stop going in that direction. The weird part is only a few of the files are doing this, anyone have any ideas? Some other user has trying to access it. We do it because it works! I am not getting a security warning in office. When you are prompted to restart the computer, click Restart.
Let me know if this guide has helped you by leaving your comment about your experience. If the problem persists: 4. Thank you for your help and support! As a result of which Microsoft Office will be unable to start. We do it because it works! More information This issue occurs because only site collection administrators or users who are members of the Owners group for the site collection have permission to approve or decline pending requests in the Access Requests list. I removed the membership from that group and all is well. Access denied to installation source Affects following Office Products : PowerPoint, Word, Access, Outlook, OneNote, Excel, Publisher Access denied to installation source can occur in following operating systems: Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.
This is occasionally a problem whereby when certain people edit files, they also change the ownership, sometimes preventing others from accessing the document. I don't want to make so many changes to fix one thing just to be fighting all the changes I made later on. Right click at Outlook application and choose Run As Administrator. Press Start to start the repair s. Make sure that the Owners group has permissions to the Access Requests list If the Owners group is changed or was removed from the Access requests list, you must add the Owners group permissions for the list. The following tips provide some workarounds.
Please like and share this guide to help others. You must also make sure that the affected user is included in the Owners list. Laptop is connected to the domain and uses user virtual desktop. In theory, any one of the following tips should work. How to trouble shoot a problem by performing a clean boot in Windows Vista or in Win7 Start Win7 in safe mode - Please let us know if works or not.
We have discussed steps below how the issue can be resolved. In some cases you might need to modify the hosts file on your Web Interface server to include the line: accessgateway. For more information about how to set up and manage access requests, go to. Check that your account name is there or group. If anyone else is experiencing this issue im sure that removing the permissions from the share and then re creating them will solve the issue as well. I can access everything with one exception.
They are using Word 2010 and the files were created in Word 2003. As you have already read the article below: Have you tried installing the latest update for office 2013 and then add a register key which mentioned in article? All steps are indicative and should resolve the issue in most of the computer. Your issue does appear to be because of a couple of possible things I can think of, or a combination of both: File Level Permissions or Excel Workbook Sharing settings. Where am I going wrong? The problem is that sometimes I get the message of 'Access denied contact your administrator'. This box was pretty locked down at one point, so I think I might have to look to group policies.