+ 0 Votes Check Firewall CaptBilly1Eye 7 years ago Hi Branty1970, I had a similar issue on a network setup. It turned out to be a ZoneAlarm firewall setting. Check file type permissions in the firewall(s). + 0 Votes long path problem solution AdamGart 2 years ago i have same problem.Long path tool worked perfect for me.Visit the following site for details Please http://LongPathTool.com + 0 Votes I've given up! branty1970 7 years ago OK, I've managed to show it's definitely a profile issue but I cannot find the cause. So here's the solution I came up with. Backup the profile from the server. Rename the original user account. Create new user account with same user name. Logon - this creates a new profile. Check that the problem has gone away. Copy parts of the original profile I can't do without back into the new one (internet and mail setup). Final check that everything works OK. I've only found one problem so far. The original issue seems to have stopped the desktop from synchronising with the server. The work I'd done and saved on the desktop was lost when I deleted the original profile from the workstation! Fortunately not too much, but a pain anyway. + 0 Votes Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file tverdey 7 years ago The problem is Internet Explore 7, but I don't know how to fix it without having to reinstall and not use IE v7. + 0 Votes EFS bhatnagar_nitin Updated - 7 years ago ... + 0 Votes EFS bhatnagar_nitin 7 years ago Seems to me as files are encrypted on network machine. Try decrypting them on the nw'd m/c and then access it. For decrypting, just right-click and select decrypt. If it's an encrypted one, then it will work for sure. + 0 Votes Solution jpadgett 7 years ago This is IE7 related as others indicated. Open IE7's Internet Options, go to Security tab, Custom Level button, and set "Launching applications and unsafe files" to enable or prompt (located at bottom third of settings list). + 0 Votes Also check this shawn.reinhard 7 years ago If high security is desired, check the properties of the executable. On the general tab below attributes you will see an unblock button. Click unblok and the file/executable will be available + 0 Votes Also check this shawn.reinhard 7 years ago If high security is desired, check the properties of the executable. On the general tab below attributes you will see an unblock button. Click unblok and the file/executable will be available + 0 Votes I had the same problem until Sue T 7 years ago I had the same problem and found that I have to actually right click on it and say RUN AS and enter an administrator username and password. Even though I was already on the computer with administrator rights. Hope this helps. + 0 Votes This can be caused by IE 7 - UPDATED tr-gtn Updated - 7 years ago I fixed this same problem on my PC by: 1. Go to: Control Panel > Internet Options 2. select "Security" tab 3. select "Local intranet" 4. select "sites" 5. uncheck "Automatically detect intranet network" (leave other options checked) This actually looks like it shouldn't make a difference, but it fixed it for me. I've updated this post because I originally left out step 4, above.